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  • Purple Haze: Hendrix Family Faces Spoliation Sanctions

    Purple Haze: Hendrix Family Faces Spoliation Sanctions

    Since Jimi Hendrix, arguably the greatest guitarist of all time, passed away in 1970, his family and heirs have been embroiled in near-continuous litigation over copyright...

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  • What You Missed at 'Emerging Legal Departments: Legal Tech 101'

    What You Missed at 'Emerging Legal Departments: Legal Tech 101'

    What people, processes, and technology do emerging legal departments need? What tools and technology can help them manage the legal matters facing their companies more efficiently...

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  • How to Effectively QC Check Your Discovery Productions

    How to Effectively QC Check Your Discovery Productions

    It’s a terrifying thought: you’ve spent days, weeks, or even months combing through a data set, and you finally get that production out the door, only to discover that you’ve...

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  • [Infographic] eDiscovery Opportunity Costs: What Is the Most Efficient Approach?

    [Infographic] eDiscovery Opportunity Costs: What Is the Most Efficient Approach?

    How much does discovery cost? That’s a tricky question—and the honest answer is, it depends.

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  • How to Spot—and Defeat—eDiscovery Dirty Tricks

    How to Spot—and Defeat—eDiscovery Dirty Tricks

    By our loose count, there are about a dozen different federal, state and model ethics rules regarding eDiscovery, all reminding you to play fair. But come on—we know lawyers. Some are...

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  • 3 Can’t-Miss Webinars: Slack Discovery, Ethics & Cybersecurity, and Dirty Tricks

    3 Can’t-Miss Webinars: Slack Discovery, Ethics & Cybersecurity, and Dirty Tricks

    As the world evolves, the practice of law must follow suit. Facing new forms of technology, new modes of communication, and new standards of professional behavior, legal professionals...

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  • Discovery Obstruction as Attorney Misconduct: Lawyer Suspended in Egregious Case

    Discovery Obstruction as Attorney Misconduct: Lawyer Suspended in Egregious Case

    The Ohio Supreme Court won’t stand for ignoring discovery—or lying. Last week, the court indefinitely suspended Cleveland attorney Steven J. Moody, the ABA Journal reports, in a story...

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  • Protective Orders for Cybersecurity During eDiscovery: What They Are and Why You Need One

    Protective Orders for Cybersecurity During eDiscovery: What They Are and Why You Need One

    Lawyers could sit around the campfire for weeks, telling horror stories of confidential documents that got loose during discovery—everything from sensitive personal information leaked...

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  • What We Learned at the Clio Cloud Conference

    What We Learned at the Clio Cloud Conference

    About a week ago, a handful of Logikcull employees headed down to New Orleans, where we second lined, Bourbon Streeted, tore our shirts and bellowed in the streets. Well, not really. We...

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  • Infographic: How to File a Freedom of Information Act Request

    Infographic: How to File a Freedom of Information Act Request

    The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) empowers citizens to hold their government accountable. It’s been on the books since 1967, yet many don’t fully understand—or take advantage...

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  • How to Obtain Email Data From Common Email Service Providers

    How to Obtain Email Data From Common Email Service Providers

    You’ve received a request for the production of documents as part of a lawsuit or investigation. Time to head down to your client’s office and start boxing up the files, right? Not...

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  • The Truth About Women of Color Behind Bars

    The Truth About Women of Color Behind Bars

    Women on Lockdown Five years ago, Netflix debuted the hit television series, “Orange Is the New Black,” bringing the story of women serving time in federal prison to the forefront of...

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  • AI-Driven Discovery Process Produces Millions of Unresponsive Docs

    AI-Driven Discovery Process Produces Millions of Unresponsive Docs

    An AI-driven discovery process went off course recently, spinning out of control in class action litigation against some of the nation’s largest airlines. The result: millions of...

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  • Clio’s Launch//Code Competition Seeks Most Innovative Integration

    Clio’s Launch//Code Competition Seeks Most Innovative Integration

    Two weeks from now, in New Orleans, five apps will face off in the ultimate competition for the future of legal tech. Only one will survive. At stake, the future of legal practice.

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  • Why Smart Legal Teams Innovate Through Simplicity

    Why Smart Legal Teams Innovate Through Simplicity

    This post is based on a talk by Logikcull COO Patrick Barry on simplicity as innovation, presented today as part of the Summit on Legal Innovation and Disruption.

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  • Houston We Have a Sanction: Case-Dispositive Sanctions for Discovery Misconduct

    Houston We Have a Sanction: Case-Dispositive Sanctions for Discovery Misconduct

    If you’re one of the hundreds of people arrested without a warrant in Houston every week, and we hope you’re not, you may find yourself detained for more than 48 hours without a...

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  • Upcoming Webinar: eDiscovery Dirty Tricks and How to Defeat Them

    Upcoming Webinar: eDiscovery Dirty Tricks and How to Defeat Them

    The law is an adversarial system, but it can sometimes become a dirty one as well. Whether it's document dumps, questionable denials of custody and control, or meritless objections,...

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  • FOIA Gone FUBAR: 3 Tales of Terror and 1 of Redemption

    FOIA Gone FUBAR: 3 Tales of Terror and 1 of Redemption

    Every day, the Freedom of Information Act shines a light onto the practices of government through ensuring public access to federal records. It is the quintessential sunshine act and...

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  • In the Face of Unmatched Data Growth, a Legal Doctrine Evolves

    In the Face of Unmatched Data Growth, a Legal Doctrine Evolves

    Over 50 years ago, Charles Katz strolled into a phone booth on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles and placed a call to the East Coast, relaying gambling information on some college...

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  • Logikcull Launches Tree-Planting Initiative

    Logikcull Launches Tree-Planting Initiative

    Where do your documents go when they’re uploaded to Logikcull?

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