Cooperation, E-Discovery, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) 0 July 31, 2017 73 Aaron Taylor

While reading the numerous blogs and articles emphasizing increased efforts to have attorneys be more cooperative in their “meet and confers” and ongoing conferences, I happened to recall some legal work of Louis Brandeis before he ascended to the US Supreme Court.  Not that I’m a legal scholar, but I enjoy reading of the works of […]

Cross Border, E-Discovery, Email, Privacy 0 February 21, 2017 178 Aaron Taylor

Ricci Dipshan at Legaltech News recently posted a fine article regarding what may be described as cross-border subpoenas for discovery of electronic information, specifically emails.  The two court decisions are by now pretty familiar to those in the E-Discovery and legal industries:  the Microsoft discovery case in Ireland addressed by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and […]

Applications, BYOD, E-Discovery, Email 0 December 12, 2016 216 Aaron Taylor

It seems I had barely digested the intriguing information about one of the newer messaging apps called Signal as I discussed in my last blog and as reported by the NYTimes, when now I see a new story about updates by Slack to their app as reported by The Technologist blog from FindLaw.  Slack is putting the pressure on other […]

Applications, BYOD, E-Discovery, Legal Hold, Privacy 0 December 08, 2016 176 Aaron Taylor

A rather tumultuous year is rapidly winding down, with all its struggle and hype and surprises.  The stress of getting through another year seems to always bring out the “Gee, remember when…?” syndrome, as in, “Gee, remember when the holidays weren’t so hectic?”; or, “Gee, remember when you got your coffee at home, and not […]

Artificial Intelligence, E-Discovery 0 November 22, 2016 178 Aaron Taylor

Based on the articles, blog posts and general buzz in the IT, security, and Information Governance world, it would appear the big interest topic to close out the year may center on Artificial Intelligence, or AI.  Holiday shopping lists are likely to be cluttered with the latest in-home gadgets, from ‘smart’ refrigerators, TVs, climate control, lighting and […]

E-Discovery, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), Legal Hold 0 November 13, 2016 175 Aaron Taylor

While the political arena in particular has provided plenty of entertainment and demands on our attention over the past weeks and months, life has gone on in other areas.  E-Discovery activities continue, and firms, clients and corporations continue to adjust to the updated Federal Rules.  Rule 26(a) seems to have evolved into star status, perhaps […]

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