Archive for September 2008

Leading E-Discovery and Digital Forensics Industry Veteran Terry Tao Joins ALC Legal Technologies

 Leading E-Discovery and Digital Forensics Industry VeteranTerry Tao Joins ALC Legal Technologies Appointment of industry veteran solidifies firm’s expertise in the practices of computer forensics, electronically stored information discovery, document production and management Seattle, WA – September 2, 2008 – ALC Legal Technologies (ALC) announced today that leading E-Discovery and Digital Forensics industry veteran Terry…

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ALC Legal Technologies Named Top 20 Electronic Discovery Service Providers in the prestigious 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey Report

ALC Legal Technologies Named Top 20 Electronic Discovery Service Providers in the prestigious 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey Report Ranking validates ALC’s reputation as topelectronic discovery service provider to the legal industry Seattle, WA – August 5, 2008 – ALC Legal Technologies (ALC) announced today that it has been named one of the top 20…

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When should you look at an e-discovery platform?

Good post here about how corporations can lean on partners to identify and implement the best and most appropriate solution when (not if) the need arises for e-discovery. The writer discusses what he had to do when approached by corporate counsel to pull together documents relating to a specific subject (3 times in one year).…

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Test your skills with new legal crossword

The Daily Report just launched a new online legal crossword puzzle. The site will post a new crossword puzzle every Friday. This is a fun way to test your legal (and crossword) skills and knowledge.

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A new e-Discovery worry to consider: Virtual Machines

  From EnterpriseStorageForum.com comes an article about Virtual Machines and the impact they may have on e-discovery. First things first. What are Virtual Machines? EnterpriseStorageForum.com defines them this way: A self-contained operating environment that behaves as if it is a separate computer. For example, Java applets run in a Java virtual machine (VM) that has…

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