Twas the night before trial and all through the office. Not a lawyer was stirring, not even the novice The papers were filed, all straight in their folders, The ones they had burned were down to a smolder Paralegals and analysts passed out in their cubes Their drawings and flipcharts all rolled up in tubes... Continue Reading →
Will Iron Mountain be the First Content Cloud?
Mimosa Systems acquisition by Iron Mountain was an interesting surprise. Interesting in that it brings the oldest records management company into the forefront of the latest in eDiscovery. Iron Mountain was started in 1950 when an abandoned iron mine in Kentucky was used to store bank records and is now located in over 39 countries. ... Continue Reading →
Is eDiscovery Creating a Pandora’s Box?
Strange things happen when you put an attorney together with a self proclaimed computer nerd, especially when that computer nerd finds himself working in eDiscovery. I’m not sure when this scenario started formulating in my head. I was expecting those around me in the legal field to punch holes in this but instead I got... Continue Reading →
Records Management Drawn and Quartered
Records management is in constant flux. Litigation, like the ownership of email, and new technologies, like PSS Systems, continue to mold the way records are understood. Sarbanes Oxley did look to normalize a lot of what a company is required to keep but even this changes as litigation looks to rewrite the rules. No matter... Continue Reading →
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