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Second part of Logikcull's interview with litigator, law professor, and eDiscovery authority, Craig Ball, where we went over the evolving role of eDiscovery experts in an increasingly commoditized industry, Ball’s take on the best approaches to eDiscovery, and present and future industry trends.
If you missed InHouse 21 or were unable to attend any session, you can now watch them all, on-demand and at your own pace. Watch all ten sessions, and get 7 free CLE credits.
A pending New York law would grant state residents the right to access, delete, and correct data that companies collect on them. And unlike the CCPA before it, this one has bite.
Being able to separate legitimate proportionality claims from the rest has become a serious challenge-which is why we're hosting this CLE webinar on "winning the proportionality battle."
Learn about app-wide speed improvements, smart "responsive" tags, more accessible, customizable search filters + more features released in Logikcull last month.
A step-by-step guide for downloading and reviewing email from AOL and Yahoo! for discovery or investigations.
If you need to export and review email files as part of a discovery project or investigation, Microsoft helps make it easy. Here's a step-by-step guide, plus tips for reviewing your documents after.
Logikcull's newest survey sheds light on just how the legal profession has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, the challenges organizations have faced and the successes they've achieved.
Logikcull CEO Andy Wilson joins the Revenue Diaries podcast to discuss Wilson's personal story, the history of Logikcull, and the challenges and successes along the way.
The California Privacy Rights Act expands the CCPA that you know and love so well (or maybe not so much). And like the CCPA, its reach is long, touching organizations far beyond California's borders.
As 2020 comes to an end, we're issuing an end-of-year update to shed light on the impacts felt by legal professionals and organizations like yours.
What do the most orderly legal departments do to ensure efficient, low-risk legal holds with no surprises?
The Culler awards highlight the individuals and organizations who not only "get stuff done," but who set the bar for discovery excellence, innovation, impact.
Logikcull is excited to announce the first-ever Culler Awards, celebrating innovation, excellence and impact in eDiscovery.
If you're facing objections to obtaining Slack data in discovery and investigations, you're not the only one. But armed with the right data, those objections can be overcome.
ZIP files are ubiquitous in law, business, and certainly eDiscovery. But how did these handy data archivers and compressors come about? Read on to learn the often-overlooked history of the ZIP file.
The era of deepfakes is just around the corner. In less than a year, anyone may be able to create fraudulent, but entirely believable, audio and video with just a smart phone.
When it comes to public records requests, which states excel at complying with the law? Which put up barriers to access? And which ones ignore you altogether? We tested all 50 states to find out.
Logikcull's 2019 eDiscovery Billing and Cost Recovery Survey gathers data from over 100 law firms to see how they are reducing write-offs, recouping discovery spend, and dealing with client pushback.
Logikcull and Discover's Litigation and Legal Policy Counsel Lisa George discuss how corporate clients are advancing diversity and inclusion from their outside partners-and making sure they deliver.
Check out the first videos from Logikcull's new 'In-House' series, focusing on the trends that drive innovation across the legal field. Watch here!
Last Thursday, the Mueller Report was finally released to the public-most of it, at least. And then theand commentary started. No, not the debates over collusion, vindication, or obstruction,
Examining new barriers to sanctions created by the 2015 amendments to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(e), today we're taking a look at the amendments' impact on intent to deprive.
Millions of documents collected and reviewed. Thousands of hours of interviews. Hundreds of witnesses. Dozens of indictments. One report. And no collusion? Today,
There's a legal revolution going on in at one of the nation's largest companies, as it pursues a whole new way of doing discovery-and sees massive improvements as a result.
What do the judges who have helped shape the discovery process over the past decades think about the dramatic changes “The End of Sanctions?” report identifies? We asked them.
For the second year in a row, Logikcull has been ranked as one of the fastest growing SaaS companies in the world by the SaaS 1000.
Thanks to the internet, nothing is remote. Shapeless, formless, sometimes delightful and sometimes frightening, the internet has