Analytics

“Effectively eliminate any need for manual review” – REALLY?

If you are anything like me, you get 10-100 emails per day with eDiscovery press announcements, marketing blasts, webinars and more. Back in 2008 I built a Google CSE to manage the firehose of information and make sure that I kept up with the market. The original eDiscoveryJournal.com used that search engine to create a feed that we culled, curated, classified and commented on. [...]

A Corporate Perspective on Relativity Analytics Usage Cases

I rode along with a full day Relativity analytics training session yesterday. No. It was not billable, but I will be working with that client to develop their workflows and protocols to leverage the analytics in their discovery requests. I consider it a good investment of my time in this time. Besides, I love an excuse to get hands on with tech. Overall, I [...]

How to Offend Your Hosts During An Interview

Back at LTNY in February I put the word out that I was going to relaunch eDiscoveryJournal.com.  I pushed back briefings, webinars and interview requests with the “when it is live” excuse.  When Joe Bartolo and Bard Schaffel asked to interview me for their  EDRM podcast series, I ‘thought’ that surely I would have the new site live by then.  So most of you [...]

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