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[Survey] Blog Readers, We Want to Hear From You!

May 9, 2019  |  2 min read

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You may have noticed that the Logikcull blog has a new look. We recently rolled out a new blog design for a brighter, more vibrant appearance.

But you don’t come here for the blog design—hopefully. You come for the content. And over the past years, thousands of you have returned daily to read the blog, subscribed to our newsletter, downloaded our white papers and attended our webinars.

So, we’d like to use this occasion to learn more about you and what you want. If you have three minutes to spare, please take a quick readers survey here. We’d love to get your feedback!

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And if you’re looking for more discovery tips, best practices, and worst-case scenarios, here are some of our top posts from the past 12 months:

Ditch the Boilerplate and Improve Your Discovery Objections

If you’re still responding to all discovery requests by claiming they are “vague, overly broad, unduly burdensome, harassing, et cetera,” it’s time to make a change—or face possible sanctions. If you’re looking to kick your boilerplate habit, here are some places to start.

How to Obtain Slack Data for Discovery and Investigations

Slack is changing the way we communicate. The team collaboration tool once touted as an “email killer” has become one of the fastest growing apps of all time. And when it comes to discovery and investigations, Slack data can be incredibly valuable—if you know how to get it.

When Can You Obtain Discovery Into Employees’ Personal Devices?

You answer work emails on your personal cell phone, work on presentations from your home computer, and access company documents from a host of apps that can be used on any device. These “BYOD” approaches are becoming increasingly the norm—which could pose challenges when it comes to discovery.

When Your Case Takes You to Facebook: Social Media Evidence and Civil Discovery

Today, your smoking gun is more likely to be a Facebook DM or Instagram photo as, well, a smoking gun. It’s no wonder, then, that more than 50 percent of attorneys report seeing an increase in discovery around social media and mobile devices in their practice. Yet when it comes to actually conducting such discovery, social media evidence can pose some unique challenges.

[Video] How to Redact Manafort's Top-Secret Court Docs in 30 Seconds or Less

How hard would it have been to properly redact sensitive information? Not hard at all. Yet that doesn’t stop many people from getting it wrong. Watch Logikcull's Sr. Marketing Director Robert Hilson as he shows how easily proper redaction of legal documents can be.