Category Archives: Software

Book Review: “Electronic Discovery for Small Cases” (ABA 2012)

Bruce Olson and Tom O’Connor, “Electronic Discovery for Small Cases” (ABA 2012), addresses one of the most important topics in the ESI field, proportionality, in an elegant, clear, and concise manner. Its chief virtue is that, instead of listing a … Continue reading

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Computer Usage Policies and the “Reply All” Button

Businesses manage their information technology assets through computer usage policies. Tonya L. Johnson recently provided an interesting post on the American Bar Association site.  Noting the potential for error when “reply all” is selected inadvertently, she wrote that the market research … Continue reading

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iPad App for Depositions

Joshua Gilliland, author of the Bow Tie blog and Bow Tie Law blog, and president of Majority Opinion, LLC, was kind enough to provide me with a complimentary copy of  his new iPad App, called The Deponent App.  Deponent marries document … Continue reading

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Kate Paslin Demonstrates Access Data CaseVantage 6 and Summation iBlaze

Kate Paslin, Assistant General Counsel of AccessData Corporation, presented and discussed a number of the company’s software products to a University of Baltimore law school ESI seminar.  Kate discussed  CaseVantage 6 with secure sharing over web-based portals and the ability … Continue reading

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Patrick Burke Demonstrates EnCase Portable

Patrick Burke, Assistant General Counsel, described the capabilities of Guidance Software’s EnCase suite of applications to a University of Baltimore School of Law ESI seminar.  In addition to enterprise collection and forensic preservation capabilities, Mr. Burke discussed the project-based capabilities … Continue reading

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