Archive for March 2012

eDiscovery Case of the Month to Watch

Custom Hardware Engineering & Consulting, Inc. and York v. Dowell, Pilling, and Smith (1/3/2012) Location: Eastern Missouri Background Custom Hardware provides computer hardware maintenance services by designing, implementing, and utilizing software programs and other exclusive data and information. Dowell, Pilling, and Smith were former employees at Custom Hardware and the company says the three are…

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Top 20 eDiscovery Tweeters To Follow on Twitter

Following trends in any market or industry has become increasingly easier with the help of social media, especially sites such as Twitter, Google+, and even Facebook. However, Twitter seems to be the best bet when it comes to finding news and the newest information about eDiscovery and law. Sifting through all of that information, however,…

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Pinterest and eDiscovery/legal Issues?

Everyone talks about 20/20 hindsight, and what they all would have done differently a few years ago if any of them had understood the far-reaching implications of ediscovery, particularly as it relates to social media. With the growing popularity of Pinterest, this is the perfect time to use the new legal precedents being set by…

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Next major legal tech trend? E-Discovery in the cloud

The term “cloud” is being thrown around a lot lately. In fact, some would argue it’s become the phrase du jour for the tech world. There’s Apple’s iCloud, Google’s cloud computing services, and Amazon CloudDrive, just to name a few. With the amount of new services popping up that utilize the cloud, it’s quickly becoming…

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