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Improving Computer-Assisted Review Competency and Other E-Discovery News of the Week

Created on October 15, 2012

e-Discovery Team: E-Discovery attorney Ralph Losey explains the importance of improving lawyers' competency when it comes to using computer-assisted review technologies here.

Law Technology News: Vanessa Blum reports on a cyberattack case that could test limits on electronic searches here.

Inside Counsel: Patent attorney Gregory Schodde discusses the usefulness of metadata for attorneys trying to establish context here.

Electronic Discovery Law: K&L Gates bloggers analyze a recent case that exemplifies the importance of cooperation and proportionality in e-discovery here.

E-Discovery Law Alert: Mara E. Zazzali-Hogan, director in the Gibbons Business & Commercial Litigation Department, examines a recent decision in California that reiterates the limits to which social media information is discoverable here.

eDiscoveryJournal: eDiscoveryJournal Contributor Karl Schieneman explains that one of the biggest challenges in the technology-assisted review (TAR) space is how to educate a critical mass of lawyers about how to work with newer technologies here.