Discovery

Forrester’s TAR Report Underscores Different Predictive Coding Methodologies

When it comes to Predictive Coding, the eDiscovery world is drowning in alphabet soup. Fortunately, Forrester has published a report that…

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EP1: Enhancing OpenText Release 16—from Engagement to Insight

Today, we announced the availability of Release 16 Enhancement Pack 1 (EP1)—the first in a series of enhancements to the…

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Law Firm Partners Align with, Diverge from Corporate Clients in 2016 eDiscovery Survey

Following up on last year’s Corporate Legal Ops survey, we have again teamed up with Ari Kaplan, this time to survey…

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In Re Viagra Confirms TAR an Option, Not an Obligation

The Northern District of California has rejected a motion to compel a producing party to use Predictive Coding. The In…

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Breaking News: Judge Peck Declines to Compel TAR, Provides More Guidance on TAR Models

When Judge Peck speaks, the eDiscovery community listens. Yesterday, he issued a new order in Hyles v. New York City…

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OpenText Expands eDiscovery, Content Analytics, and Cloud with Recommind Acquisition

I am pleased to announce the acquisition of Recommind, Inc., a leading provider of eDiscovery and information analytics solutions that…

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New Dynamo Holdings Opinion Shows the Limits of Cooperation in Predictive Coding

In September 2014, US Tax Court Judge Ronald Buch captured the attention of the e-discovery world with his opinion in…

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“Predictive coding must be the way forward”

The UK’s second landmark order approving the use of Predictive Coding is now public and available for download. BCA Trading…

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Sense-on-the-Dollar: Managed Review with Predictive Coding

Hire Counsel (a managed-service provider and OpenText partner) recently co-presented a webinar with us to discuss their fixed-budget review model…

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Is Pyrrho Bringing the Right Attention to Predictive Coding?

When scrutinizing sketches prior to air time, Saturday Night Live creator (and “Dr. Evil” inspiration) Lorne Michaels has been known…

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Yes, There are Two Paths of Predictive Coding

The UK firm of Page, Plant, Bonham & Jones summed up the Predictive Coding controversy well, and there’s still time…

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Advantage: Analytics LTNY16 Recap

Another year, another speaking track, another chance to move the zeitgeist forward. This year, we decided to focus our sessions…

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The Year is New. Is Predictive Coding 3.0?

To paraphrase some of my favorite dialog from the West Wing, I make it a point never to disagree with…

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Introducing ON DIGITAL-First Fridays

I’m pleased to kick off a new blog series, ON DIGITAL-First Fridays, to complement my latest book, ON DIGITAL. In…

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Enterprise World 2015: It’s All About the People

We believe that our people—our customer, partners, and employees—are core to our value system and our culture. People inspire every…

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“Chat is the New Email” a Webinar Recap

Last week, we hosted a webinar spotlighting the new Bloomberg Chat and audio transcription review capabilities in Axcelerate 5. Hal…

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Analytics in the Cloud: No Hardware, No Coding, No Punch Cards

Data analysis has come a long way. The British Census of 1911 was the first to use automatic data processing…

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Breaking News: Blockbuster Sanctions Order Spotlights the Importance of eDiscovery Competence

A federal magistrate judge issued a stunning sanctions order last week in HM Electronics v. R.F. Technologies against multiple defendants…

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The California eDiscovery Ethics Opinion: 9 Steps to Competency

California recently finalized and published its first formal eDiscovery opinion identifying nine (9) core competency issues. The comprehensive nature of…

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5 Ways to Simplify eDiscovery

Many organizations are failing at keeping up with their unstructured data. Legal and IT are finding themselves dealing with unmanaged…

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