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Presenting Electronically in Trial - Five Things to Think About

Last week I watched a trial.  Usually, I do this from the “hotseat,” running the electronic trial technology and presenting exhibits.  This time, I was there to be sure that the wireless network in the court room did not go down during trial.  [Lessons confirmed:  1 - Do not rely on more

Now You See Them! DIY Recordings of Depositions

Now You See (and Hear) Them! For all of you who have thought how nice it would be to have every deposition videoed, but did not think that the value of every case was worth the cost of hiring a videographer, here is a DIY tip worth considering. For a relatively small investment of time and money, more

How Much Is This Case Worth?

How Much Is That Case Worth? In consulting with clients about how to handle their ediscovery, I have learned that one of the first Early Case Assessment (ECA) questions needs to be “How much is the case worth?” It does not take long for the eDiscovery costs to mount to startling amounts. And, more

You Don't Need to Be Rich to Do ediscovery - Part 2

Now I See Them! Getting a handle on the various electronic files that can appear in even a relatively small collection of electronic data can be a challenge. There is a huge pot of alphabet soup for the many drawing/image/photo file types, sound and video files, various text files, different more

You Don't Need to be Rich to do eDiscovery - Part 1

What Do I Have? “Litigants can spend upwards of $18,000 to collect, process and review a single gigabyte of data,” according to Benedict Hur and Matthew Werdegar in September 2014’s issue of Corporate Counsel in "3 E-discovery Trends You Can’t Afford to Ignore." Actually, I am sure they can more