PACER: False Sense of Security?

This summer, we blogged about whether PACER was a factor in “Snitches Getting SStitches because the names of witnesses and informants are easily searchable in PACER documents. Now there’s question about PACER users

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The Stuff of E-Discovery Nightmares

E-Discovery technology is essential to counsel. But if counsel isn’t completely versed in using the software, particularly how to redact confidential information, it can prove disastrous. Just ask one lawyer representing Wells Fargo.

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TAR Gets a Boost from Down Under

Since 2012 when U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck issued the first court decision approving the use of technology-assisted review for e-discovery, judicial approval of the technology’s use has continued. Just this past January,

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Data Tools and Judges’ Rules

Last month, we blogged about the potential of artificial intelligence stepping up to the bench by predicting judges’ decisions and helping to increase the efficiency of busy courts. We follow up on the

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