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This Month's Highlighted Posts
Authored and edited by eDiscovery expert Doug Austin, eDiscovery Monthly highlights the best of each month's eDiscovery case law, best practices, and trend updates, as published on the highly recognized eDiscovery Daily Blog.

Editor's Note: Join me for the ACEDS-hosted, CloudNine-sponsored webinar on the Summer 2016 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey Results. This 60-minute webinar will cover the latest survey results and will feature commentary from Mary Mack (ACEDS), George Socha (EDRM/BDO), and Eric Mandel (LTPI/Indicum Law).
Judge Peck Refuses to Order Defendant to Use Technology Assisted Review

Judge Peck Refuses to Order Defendant to Use Technology Assisted Review

In Hyles v. New York City, New York Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck, indicating that the key issue before the court in the discovery dispute between parties was whether (at the plaintiff’s request) the defendants can be forced to use technology assisted review, refused to force the defendant to do so, stating “The short answer is a decisive ‘NO.’” Read The Complete Post

English Court Rules that Respondents Can Use Predictive Coding in Contested Case

English Court Rules that Respondents Can Use Predictive Coding in Contested Case

In Brown v BCA Trading, et. al., Mr. Registrar Jones ruled that, with “nothing, as yet, to suggest that predictive coding will not be able to identify the documents which would otherwise be identified through, for example, keyword search”, “predictive coding must be the way forward” in this dispute between parties as to whether the Respondents could use predictive coding to respond to eDisclosure requests. Read The Complete Post

Here’s an Interesting Interview Conducted Using a Cool Conversation Tool

Here’s an Interesting Interview Conducted Using a Cool Conversation Tool

If you regularly read sites that discuss legal technology and other important issues for the legal profession, you’re certainly familiar with the site Above the Law, which takes a behind the scenes look at the world of law and covers it on several levels, including big law, small firms, law schools, finance, CLE and, of course, eDiscovery. Regarding eDiscovery, their latest interview gives you an opportunity to learn more about our company, CloudNine. Read The Complete Post

There’s a New TAR Case Law Primer Published by The Sedona Conference

There’s a New TAR Case Law Primer Published by The Sedona Conference

One of the major topics discussed during last month’s panel discussion at The Masters Conference and also last week during our ACEDS webinar was the debate over the current state of judiciary acceptance of technology assisted review (TAR). Whether intentional or not, to help with that debate The Sedona Conference® has just published the Public Comment Version of a new TAR Case Law Primer. Read The Complete Post

Considering All of the Considered TAR Responses

Considering All of the Considered TAR Responses

Our webinar panel discussion conducted by ACEDS a couple of weeks ago has generated some interesting discussion and debate over the past week or so about the content of the webinar, what it should have covered and what it was intended to cover. Read The Complete Post

MAJOR Announcement from EDRM!

MAJOR Announcement from EDRM!

After over 11 years establishing itself as the leading standards organization for the eDiscovery market, EDRM has been acquired! Read The Complete Post

Illustrated Observations from ILTACON 2016

Illustrated Observations from ILTACON 2016

We wrap up our week covering the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) annual educational conference of 2016 (otherwise known as ILTACON 2016) by discussing some of the observations from this year’s show. Here are a few observations that I have put together, based on my own experiences and discussions with fellow attendees at the show. Read The Complete Post

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