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Friday Funnies!: Exterro's E-Discovery Meme Series (Conspiracy Ted Edition)

Created on July 21, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

Friday Funnies!: Exterro's E-Discovery Meme Series This week's E-Discovery Meme from Exterro thinks new data types are all part of a big conspiracy. Visit our entire catalog of E-Discovery Memes and Cartoons, and feel free to share the fun with friends and colleagues to celebrate another successful week! And remember that E-Discovery is always better when you have a sense of humor. Cheers! Read More

Pokemon Go, a Scary Trend for any E-Discovery Practitioner

Created on July 20, 2016


Director of Marketing Programs

One word that I never thought would have any cultural relevance ever again, Pokemon. I remember the days when Nintendo was the “it" thing to have and Pokemon was at the forefront of that fad. But that was the 1990s, so when I heard last week that people were talking about Pokemon again it totally caught me off guard. For all of you who don't know, Pokemon Go is a cultural phenomenon. There have been more app downloads of the Pokemon Go app than Twitter app downloads. Think about that, Twitter was founded more than 10 years ago and already Pokemon Go has... Read More

I am not a Crook: Avoiding the Politics of Data Preservation with a Defensible E-Discovery Process

Created on July 18, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

Of course we've all heard about Hillary's emails, and Trump certainly has email trouble of his own . For a while, Politwoops kept track of mistweets and other online regrets even after they were deleted until Twitter (and others) supported the “right to be forgotten." And then there's the grandfather of electronic spoliation in politics: Tricky Dick's 18 ½ minutes of missing audiotape. Whether intentional or not, information governance and data preservation can be a challenge for anyone, particularly with the continually rapid rise of new data types. The... Read More

Friday Funnies!: Exterro's E-Discovery Meme Series (Pokemon Edition)

Created on July 15, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

Friday Funnies!: Exterro's E-Discovery Meme Series This week's E-Discovery Meme from Exterro reminds us that new data types are continually being created, and that e-discovery practitioners need to be ready. Visit our entire catalog of E-Discovery Memes and Cartoons, and feel free to share the fun with friends and colleagues to celebrate another successful week! And remember that E-Discovery is always better when you have a sense of humor.  Cheers! Read More

Be Our Guest: Exterro Launches “The Simplified E-Discovery Case Law Library”

Created on July 11, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

Libraries are cool. Just look at Sam's enrapt expression on seeing the great library at The Citadel in the season finale of Game of Thrones from this past weekend. And of course, The Citadel's library gives nods to other famous libraries as well: the great burning lighthouse at the mouth of the harbor is a clear reference to Alexandria and its library which held all of the collective knowledge of the ancient world (which was ultimately destroyed in the 4 th century); and the interior shot of the Citadel's library is a send up to the Beast's library in Beauty and the Beast... Read More

Friday Funnies!: Exterro's E-Discovery Meme Series (Liam Neeson Edition)

Created on July 8, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

This week's E-Discovery Meme from Exterro reminds us that having an optimized e-discovery process takes a particular set of skills. Visit our entire catalog of E-Discovery Memes and Cartoons, and feel free to share the fun with friends and colleagues to celebrate another successful week! And remember that E-Discovery is always better when you have a sense of humor. Cheers! Read More

The Right Tools for the Job: E-Discovery Technology Can Never Replace Lawyers, Only Help Them

Created on July 7, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

Growing up in rural Illinois, the John Deere logo was as ubiquitous as Nike in Portland or Starbucks in Seattle. From old farmers' mesh-backed caps to the giant tractor that my friend, Scott, parked in the student parking lot of the high school—taking up a row of spaces—as a last-day-of-school prank our sophomore year, you couldn't go through a day without seeing evidence of that company's brand. I couldn't help but think of John Deere when reading a recent article in the New York Times by John Markoff, “The End of Lawyers? Not so fast." In it, Markoff addresses... Read More