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Emerging Content Formats Challenge E-discovery

Judith Lamont

As new types of content materialize from various applications and devices... >>

Managing Litigation: E-Discovery Resources Survey Report

Bloomberg BNA and Catalyst recently polled 130 in-house attorneys to gauge the role that techno... >>

Performance Analytics: How They Work in Theory and Practice

Rhys Dipshan

As part of a broader corporate team, legal departments have to report to C... >>

Five Steps to Better Oversight of E-Discovery Spend

Larry Barela

"What gets measured gets managed," the late management consultant Peter Dr... >>

The Role of Litigation Analytics in Your Case

Thomas Gricks III, Bayu Hardi, and Mark Noel

Litigation is about storytelling. The most... >>

Using E-Discovery Technology to Mitigate FCPA Exposure

John Tredennick

On April 5, the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice ann... >>

How Technology Can Help CYA When the DOJ Comes Knocking

John Tredennick

Few events tingle the spine of a corporate counsel more than a knock on... >>

Companies Are Turning to E-Discovery Technology for Global Compliance Inves…

John Tredennick

As nations intensify their enforcement of anticorruption laws, multinat... >>

Using Multi-Matter Repositories to Improve Litigation Management and Lower …

By Aaron Goldberg, CEO at Content4IT

The old maxim lists life’s certainties as death and taxes. ... >>

In Compliance Investigations, Companies Find That E-discovery Technology De…

John Tredennick

No matter what steps a corporation takes to ensure legal compliance by ... >>

A Qualitative Approach to Winning E-Discovery Business in Japan

Dave Sannar

In Japan, it’s not just business. It’s personal.

Many years ago, a surpris... >>

An Open Look at Keyword Search vs. Predictive Analytics

John Tredennick, Esq.

Can Keyword Search Be As Effective as TAR?

A client recently ask... >>

A Brief History of Technology Assisted Review

By Thomas C. Gricks III, Esq. and Robert Ambrogi

How Did TAR Take Root Among Lawyers So Qu... >>

Why Control Sets are Problematic in E-Discovery

By Dr. Jeremy Pickens

And Why Continuous Active Learning Makes Them Irrelevant

In his bl... >>

Solving the ‘Transparency’ Issue in Technology Assisted Review

By John Tredennick, Esq.

Continuous Active Learning Eliminates Concerns about Disclosure >>

Five Questions to Ask Your TAR Vendor About Continuous Active Learning

By Thomas Gricks, Esq.

How to Ensure that Your Review Platform Uses the Most Effective Techn... >>

When Machine Intelligence Joins Your Professional Services Team

By Mark Noel

Best practices and potential pitfalls when integrating TAR into your existing p... >>

When Considering TAR, It’s Never Too Late

By Steven M. Amundson and Mark Noel

Even midway through discovery, time and money can be s... >>

Five Reasons the Cloud Beats an Appliance for Big Data E-Discovery

By John Tredennick

Cloud Platforms Better with Big Data 

Big data can mean big headach... >>

Using Continuous Active Learning to Solve the 'Transparency' Issue in Techn…

By John Tredennick

Technology Assisted Review (TAR) Has a Transparency Problem

Notwith... >>

Multi-Matter Discovery Repositories

By John Tredennick and Robert Ambrogi

Rein in Litigation Costs by Eliminating Repetition a... >>

10 Ways to Avoid Ethics Dangers in the Cloud

By Robert Ambrogi

Is Cloud Computing Ethical for Lawyers?

To date, ethics panels in 17... >>

How GCs Are Using Technology to Manage Global Litigation

By John Tredennick

From the Experts

Globalization can be a boon for businesses. For thei... >>

Corporations Turn to Technology to Tackle Legal Challenges of Big Data

By John Tredennick

Businesses are drowning in data. The numbers are staggering. U.S. comp... >>

Continuous Active Learning for Technology Assisted Review

By John Tredennick

How It Works and Why It Matters for E-Discovery Peer-Reviewed Study Comp... >>

NLJ Features Catalyst CEO on Using TAR for Non-English Documents

By John Tredennick

After a Department of Justice memorandum questioned the effectiveness of ... >>

Controlling E-Discovery with a New Model

By John Tredennick

IN COLORADO, as across the nation, litigation costs are devouring ever... >>

5 Myths About Technology Assisted Review

By John Tredennick

The world isn’t flat and we’ve stepped on the moon, so it’s not impo... >>

Predictive Ranking: TAR Designed for the Real World

By Jeremy Pickens

Why Predictive Ranking?

Most articles about technology assisted revi... >>

Predictive Coding Helps Companies Reduce Discovery Costs

By John Tredennick

Attorneys have long felt it necessary to manually review each docume... >>

Meeting the Challenges of Asian Language E-Discovery

By John Tredennick and W. Peter Cladouhos

As e-discovery reaches across borders into As... >>

Process Evaluation in eDiscovery as Awareness of Alternatives

By Jeremy Pickens, John Tredennick, and Bruce Kiefer

Everyone at some point ponders the... >>

With FCPA Actions on the Rise, Search Takes Center Stage

By John Tredennick

Corporate Counsel magazine recently issued a report that should caus... >>

Mt. Hawley Postscript: Bad Facts Don’t Help on Appeal

By John Tredennick

On July 23, 2010, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District ... >>

Finally Forgiveness: Magistrate Recognizes that E-Discovery Software Isn’t …

By John Tredennick

Elizabeth LaPorte, U.S. magistrate judge for the Northern District o... >>

Mt. Hawley Revisited: Bad Apples Make for Bad Law

By John Tredennick

Last summer, I wrote an lengthy article about the decision in Mt. Ha... >>

Character Encoding: An Introduction for E-Discovery Professionals

By John Tredennick and Larry Barela

“There is something wrong with your system,” the an... >>

Bad Facts Make Bad Law—The Hawley Decision

By John Tredennick

In law school, we learned the old adage that bad facts often make ba... >>

Navigating ESI Challenges in an FCPA Investigation

By John Tredennick and Robert Ambrogi

As if an FCPA investigation were not risky enough... >>

The Trouble With Time Zones: A Tricky Email Issue for Litigation Support Pr…

By John Tredennick

"We have a big problem with your software," Debra exclaimed at the b... >>

Using Catalyst CR to Search Japanese

By Jim Eidelman

Catalyst CR is built using the FAST search engine. FAST is a highly-sop... >>

Legal Assistant Today gives Catalyst CR High Marks for Ease of Use, Scalabi…

By Mary Girsch-Bock

Catalyst CR, from Catalyst Repository Systems, bills itself as the ... >>

Collecting Data in the EU A Few Things You Should Know Before You Jump in t…

By John Tredennick

When I was a young litigation partner (say about twenty years ago), ... >>

Catalyst Concept Search: Perspectives on Next Generation Information Retrie…

By Bruce Kiefer

In this era of technology innovation, it is easy to forget that some th... >>

Dealing with Foreign Language Documents in Litigation and Related Legal Mat…

With many S&P 500 companies now getting over half of their revenues from foreign sales, for... >>

E-Discovery Advisor Magazine Article: Conquer IT E-Discovery Challenges

With corporations' data becoming increasingly digitized, IT departments are being asked to play bi... >>

White Paper: Reducing the Cost of Electronic Data Discovery Reviews

Analysts estimate that corporations spend more than $10 billion annually to review electronic d... >>

Searching Foreign Languages: A Primer, Featured in Law Technology Today

In this second article of a two part series, Tredennick offers additional advice on handling fo... >>

Tredennick Leads EDD Roundtable: The New Federal Rules on E-Discovery--The …

Edited by John Tredennick

Now that we have some perspective on the Federal Rules of Civ... >>

Catalyst CR Featured in LTN Article on EDD in Criminal Cases.

Court-Appointed Criminal Counsel Use Litigation Technology for the First Time

By Russell Aoki<... >>

Federal Court Orders Bureau of Prisons to Hook Prisoner into caseSHARE Syst…

Defendant was the founder and CEO of a network of companies involved in a complicated and inter... >>

Read CEO and Law Technology News Editorial Board Member John Tredennick's A…

By John Tredennick

Why Technology Fails

I ran technology at Denver-based Holland &... >>


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