Legal WeekImportant discussion of Rule 26(b)(2)(B) which brings e-discovery legislation ammendments to the US Supreme court ... targeting an end-of-2006 adoption. Read on ...
Posted by P0stmaster at 12:16 AM
Interesting coverage of the CIA Leak probe ... last line of the article refers to an e-mail that Rove's attorney 'located' referring to a conversation between Rove & Cooper ... key evidence in the case. E-mail has a way of coming up as evidence ...
Posted by P0stmaster at 12:11 AM
CA folds in e-mail-archiving startupImportant acquisition by CA of iLumin recently. Not only does this give them an archival play, but also [more importantly IMO] an e-discovery play. Of course where it goes now that CA has absorbed is left to be seen ...
Posted by P0stmaster at 12:09 PM
Quick tips & tweaks on e-mail compliance ...
Posted by P0stmaster at 12:05 PM
Interesting mention buried in here about the "Book of E12" which sounds like a 55-page contract between dev & marketing on the Exchange team at Microsoft.
Posted by P0stmaster at 11:12 PM
Celluon Project Keyboard & Fujitsu Electronic Paper at CEATEC Japan. Makuhari Messe, Tokyo. Oct. 4-8, 2005.
OK I had to blog this ... digressing from my normal theme ... this projection [hologram] keyboard http://www.canesta.com/html/celluon.htm is a really interesting example of thinking outside of the box. Thought I'd blog it. That along with Fujitsu's electronic paper http://www.akibalive.com/archives/000515.html#more are the two most interesting things I noticed in my reading about the Ceatec show in Tokyo this week. Both represent interesting paradyme shifts!
Posted by P0stmaster at 12:14 AM
Socha Consulting LLC > electronic discovery resources > decisionsGreat site. Searchable database of e-discovery decisions.
Posted by P0stmaster at 10:40 PM
Redish, Martin. Electronic Discovery and the Litigation Matrix. Duke Law Journal [51 Duke L. J. 561]
Just stumbled across this gem ... some great content in here.
Posted by P0stmaster at 10:33 PM