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Last week was short, thanks to the New Year’s holiday; but it sure was busy. Here are some highlights from a very momentous week: * No more jokes about Harriet Miers: the ill-fated ex-SCOTUS nominee has resigned as White House counsel. Speculation about her successor abounds. * No more jokes about the Dewy Orifice: the […]
In reviewing our coverage of the federal judiciary, we noticed that we don’t give the First Circuit enough love. For those of you who haven’t memorized this map, the 1st Circuit includes four New England states and Puerto Rico. Perhaps we don’t cover the First Circuit that much due to its small size. With spots […]
What is the long train of e-discovery? It is powered by the relentless engines of technological advancement, surging societal and economic complexity, and the concepts of civil justice due process.
The e-discovery space seems surreal. It is a huge business for everyone but the consumers of legal services—namely, companies. For them it is just a massive, costly pain.