Logikcull Blog

  • 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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  • Discovery Dispute Leads Judge to Cite Rambo, Threaten Kissing, and Quote Elvis

    Discovery Dispute Leads Judge to Cite Rambo, Threaten Kissing, and Quote Elvis

    Judge Fred Biery is fed up with discovery gamesmanship. A U.S. District Judge in the Western District of Texas, Biery recently issued a status conference order touching on the scope of...

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  • Judge Cole on Attorney Input, Digital Evidence, and Changing His Mind

    Judge Cole on Attorney Input, Digital Evidence, and Changing His Mind

    For the past 13 years, U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cole has served on the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. During that period, he’s overseen countless disputes...

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  • ILTACON18: Is eDiscovery Making You Aladdin Sane?

    ILTACON18: Is eDiscovery Making You Aladdin Sane?

    Does the complexity of your discovery process leave you feeling like you’re stuck in a labyrinth? Are skyrocketing data sizes and unforgiving deadlines putting you under pressure? Have...

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  • When Your Case Takes You to Facebook: Social Media Evidence and Civil Discovery

    When Your Case Takes You to Facebook: Social Media Evidence and Civil Discovery

    Social media is changing the way lawyers work. There are judges on Twitter, law firms advertising on Facebook, and, digital-era communications like emojis working their way into court...

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  • Anonymous Messaging Doesn’t Protect Identity From Civil Discovery

    Anonymous Messaging Doesn’t Protect Identity From Civil Discovery

    As the old saying goes, on the internet, no one knows you’re a dog. The adage, coined in 1993 ago by New Yorker cartoonist Peter Steiner, remains as relevant today as it did 25 years...

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  • Social Media and Discovery in Criminal Cases

    Social Media and Discovery in Criminal Cases

    The cops are on Facebook. They’re posting from their own department accounts, scrolling public feeds, sending friend requests from fictitious profiles, and getting warrants for photos...

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  • BigLaw Partner Exodus Highlights Changing Nature of Legal Practice

    BigLaw Partner Exodus Highlights Changing Nature of Legal Practice

    More than ever before, BigLaw partners are jumping ship, leaving their massive firms to spin off boutique practices, according to a recent report in The Recorder. And as the defectors...

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  • Webinar: What Makes Law Firms Susceptible to Hackers?

    Webinar: What Makes Law Firms Susceptible to Hackers?

    Hackers have law firms in their crosshairs. It’s no wonder why. Law firms are increasingly viewed as “one-stop shops” for valuable corporate information. After all, why hack a dozen...

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  • Discovery, Privacy, and the (Potentially) Next Supreme Court Justice

    Discovery, Privacy, and the (Potentially) Next Supreme Court Justice

    The next Supreme Court justice could be a conservative jurist whose noteworthy opinions include a ruling against the IRS in a contentious discovery dispute with Tea Party activists and...

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  • 4 Webinars to Help Improve Your Discovery Process

    4 Webinars to Help Improve Your Discovery Process

    In the high-stakes world of discovery and litigation, even the most experienced practitioners can end up making unforced errors. Failure to fully protect attorney client privilege, for...

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  • Does It Take 66 Years to Review 100,000 Emails? At the State Department, Yes.

    Does It Take 66 Years to Review 100,000 Emails? At the State Department, Yes.

    If you submit a document request with the Department of State, you might not get a response before you retire. In recent FOIA litigation, the State Department said it would take between...

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  • The Importance of Knowing Your Platform—And Your Opponent's

    The Importance of Knowing Your Platform—And Your Opponent's

    Far too often, discovery is an opaque process, characterized by black-box technologies, black-box processes, and inexplicable costs. In too many instances, discovery becomes the...

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