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Ready to Relax In Style at LTNY17

January 23, 2017

As Legal Tech 2017 approaches, we are all looking forward to what this year’s conference will bring. From new emerging software to “game changing” updates, there is much to see, but navigating the education tracks and showroom floor can be tough to ensure there is enough time to glean what is important to you. As […]

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What to look for in an eDiscovery SaaS provider

July 18, 20160 Comments

There is no question that there is a proliferation of established and new software providers creating a self-service option for eDiscovery. Nearly all of them have a way to upload data, perform searches, make decisions and kick out a production. What happens after the data load is a wide array of approaches to getting to […]

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Electronic Discovery Simplification and Sophistication – Now You Can Have Both

June 9, 20160 Comments

In a recent article for Bloomberg BNA’s Digital Discovery & e-Evidence, I discussed how big data captured the attention of technologists, who then developed software specifically for large-scale litigation without consideration for small to mediumsize cases. Furthermore, enterprise solutions generally suffered from scaling down economically to handle these cases and got “stuck” in legacy review […]

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JURINNOV Acquisition: What this Means for our Clients and the Industry

June 7, 20160 Comments

Last month, we announced the acquisition of Cleveland, Ohio-based JURINNOV Ltd. (which will continue its operation as JURINNOV, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of TCDI).  We are really excited about what this acquisition brings to TCDI. Founded in 2000, JURINNOV provides the legal and business communities with innovative solutions to address eDiscovery and data security […]

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eDiscovery and the Midtier Law Firm and Corporate Markets

June 1, 20161 Comment

The article published in Bloomberg BNA: Digital Discovery & e-Evidence takes a look at the history and growth in sophistication of software platforms catering to the legal markets. The first challenge for these platforms was to accommodate large cases involving high volumes of electronically stored information (ESI), which left a vacuum of attention to the small to […]

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ABA: Law Technology Today Article on Security with SaaS providers

April 29, 20160 Comments

Many eDiscovery SaaS providers leverage AWS for their infrastructure, and that is generally acceptable, but for those that stand up their own data center for their SaaS product need to have four safeguards. It is important to note that in an industry where data access is necessary often times, it may be in your or your […]

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ILTA Roadshows: My Experience as a Presenter

April 11, 20160 Comments

Rolling off of the successes that we experienced at Legaltech NY launching CVFox into the market, ILTA presented the opportunity to participate in their roadshow program to start a dialog on elements that are at the core of TCDI. The roadshows are strictly educational in nature, so the topic I presented to audiences in Charlotte, […]

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CVFox Has Arrived! And there was quite the Buzz!

February 10, 20160 Comments

If you haven’t heard all the buzz, we officially launched CVFox at Legaltech New York last week! After nearly 30 years of being a litigation partner to our clients, we knew there was a need for an affordable end-to-end discovery solution for the mid-tier corporate and law firm market. That’s where CVFox comes in! CVFox […]

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CVFox Is Launching at Legaltech New York

January 27, 20160 Comments

Legaltech New York, the largest legal technology event of the year, is taking place next week, and we have a lot of really great things planned for our attendance! First, and most importantly, CVFox is officially launching and will be available for demos at our booth (#1311).   To help us celebrate this launch, we […]

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As Seen in Lawtech News

January 6, 20160 Comments

If you didn’t get a chance to read my article titled, “Top Predictions for Managed Services Models in 2016,” you are going to want to check it out! The article talks about how security, cost predictability, best in breed technology and around the clock support are the baseline benefits for any MSA, but firms need […]

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Georgetown’s Annual Advanced eDiscovery Institute Recap

December 14, 20150 Comments

Rounding out a rich fall conference schedule was Georgetown Law’s 12th Annual Advanced eDiscovery Institute in Washington, D.C. Although it was filled with the weary travelers of the circuit, one couldn’t tell after Christopher Surdak, author of Data Crush, delivered a powerful keynote on predictive technology. The tone was set: Technology is quickly influencing our […]

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Fall Legal Conferences

December 14, 20150 Comments

Every year, our industry stacks up the fall season with conferences covering the spectrum of legal industry silos. ARMA buzzed with information governance; the Information Governance Initiative focused in on better management, trends and ease of IG adoption; the Electronic Discovery Institute focused on process improvements; the Association of Corporate Counsel of America had a […]

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Exponential vs. Linear – Our Industry’s Quandary – Part 2

October 2, 20150 Comments

The Paradigm Shift The great minds addressing the challenge have had wins, but have also met great resistance. The resistance is natural as technology and machine review cannibalize the hours spent in traditional review. That is the ever present elephant in the room, but as Brynjolfsson said on beating the machine, chess player(s), corporate, law […]

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Exponential vs. Linear – Our Industry’s Quandary – Part 1

September 16, 20150 Comments

Introduction Recently, I watched a TED Talk by Erik Brynjolfsson: The Key to Growth? Race with the Machines. Although it was a broad discussion on the history of growth in technology and machine learning, it hit a point that is relevant to the issues that we face in the legal industry. Data volumes in any […]

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Managed Services 2.0

September 1, 20150 Comments

Managed services initially started out as a business model that allowed firms to have a single vendor to manage processes throughout discovery for a fixed price. This model is designed to help our industry streamline processes and provide better control for discovery. With cloud-based products, a team of knowledgeable PM and data analyst support, these […]

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Defend on Merit – cut the costs, remove the barriers

August 27, 20150 Comments

Defend on Merit – cut the costs, remove the barriers Much of the litigation market is comprised of “fees in stages” that impact the strategy in defending claims against a given company. The costs of review being the highest, there are metrics used to determine if it is worth going through discovery and settlement without […]

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