Logikcull Blog

  • 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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  • Webinar: Judge Peck and the Adventure of the Missing 502(d) Order

    Webinar: Judge Peck and the Adventure of the Missing 502(d) Order

    It may be the greatest unsolved mystery in the legal practice: the case of the missing 502(d) order. These orders can act as a strong shield against the waiver of privilege or...

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  • What's in the New York Times’ Investigative Arsenal? Logikcull.

    What's in the New York Times’ Investigative Arsenal? Logikcull.

    Imagine this: You’re a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, known for uncovering connections that might otherwise evade scrutiny—government corruption, international intrigue, backroom...

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  • The Most Important eDiscovery Cases of 2018 (So Far)

    The Most Important eDiscovery Cases of 2018 (So Far)

    2018 has been an unusually quiet year for eDiscovery cases. Usually by this point, we would have at least a few blockbuster cases, with big sanctions and big controversy to make a big...

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  • eDiscovery Shouldn’t Cause a Mental Breakdown

    eDiscovery Shouldn’t Cause a Mental Breakdown

    On April 9th, FBI agents descended on Rockefeller Center in New York City. Their target: the law office of Michael Cohen, President Trump’s long-time personal lawyer, and the files...

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  • The End of FOIA Excuses? Better Technology Removes Reasons for Delay

    The End of FOIA Excuses? Better Technology Removes Reasons for Delay

    In an age of ever-growing data, government agencies can struggle to get it all out into the light in a timely fashion. For some agencies, whether due to a lack of resources, inefficient...

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  • One Key to Effective eDiscovery Search & Review: Testing

    One Key to Effective eDiscovery Search & Review: Testing

    In a head-to-head matchup between some of the brightest legal minds in the industry, armed with advanced degrees, years of experience, and sophisticated technology, and a simple...

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  • Judge Throws Flag on Former NFL Players' Discovery Misconduct

    Judge Throws Flag on Former NFL Players' Discovery Misconduct

    If you followed football in the 70’s and 80’s, you might remember Los Angeles Rams quarterback Vince Ferragamo, Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Michael "Tony" Davis, or Dallas Cowboys...

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  • Litigation Funding Often Remains Outside the Scope of Discovery

    Litigation Funding Often Remains Outside the Scope of Discovery

    To supporters, litigation funding groups promise to “level the playing field,” allowing parties to bring suits they otherwise would not have the resources to pursue and providing law...

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  • Controlling Discovery Costs, Ensuring Accurate Search, and Creating the Perfect Tech Stack: 3 New Webinars From Logikcull

    Controlling Discovery Costs, Ensuring Accurate Search, and Creating the Perfect Tech Stack: 3 New Webinars From Logikcull

    In modern legal practice, the difference between success and failure often boils down to the ability to navigate and make sense of data. Yet that process can be difficult, demanding,...

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  • We're Updating Our Policies in Light of GDPR

    We're Updating Our Policies in Light of GDPR

    As we’re sure you are aware, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect May 25, 2018. The GDPR aims to set standards for consistent and robust protections of EU data...

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  • Gmail Updates Are Changing the Way Email Works. 3 Changes You Need to Know.

    Gmail Updates Are Changing the Way Email Works. 3 Changes You Need to Know.

    Gmail controls over a quarter of the email market. And despite trends towards new forms of data—chat logs, IoT, video, and more—when it comes to discovery, email is still where much of...

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  • Ditch the Boilerplate and Improve Your Discovery Objections

    Ditch the Boilerplate and Improve Your Discovery Objections

    Two and a half years ago, the Rules Committee updated the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to, among other changes, require more specificity when objecting to discovery requests....

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  • How to Obtain Slack Data for Discovery and Investigations

    How to Obtain Slack Data for Discovery and Investigations

    On Monday, Logikcull launched its new Slack feature, allowing legal teams to deal with Slack data simply and easily. This feature opens up a whole new world of valuable data for modern...

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  • If Your Discovery Process Ignores Slack, You’re Missing Half the Conversation

    If Your Discovery Process Ignores Slack, You’re Missing Half the Conversation

    Slack, the massively popular communications platform, is changing how we talk to each other. Thanks to Slack, more and more organizations are moving away from email and towards chat....

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  • Mueller Has Millions of Documents to Review—A Task That Could Be Easier Than Expected

    Mueller Has Millions of Documents to Review—A Task That Could Be Easier Than Expected

    Last week, FBI agents raided the offices of Michael D. Cohen, President Donald Trump’s long-time personal lawyer and self-described “fixer,” a raid the President decried as an attack on...

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  • Hacking Our Way to Free Law: A Q&A With Legal Robot’s Dan Rubins & SF Legal Hackers’ Lindsey Fischer

    Hacking Our Way to Free Law: A Q&A With Legal Robot’s Dan Rubins & SF Legal Hackers’ Lindsey Fischer

    Technology is allowing skilled legal professionals to handle more work, more efficiently and more effectively. But technology that doesn’t simultaneously break down the barriers...

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  • Malpractice Claims Await Lawyers Who Neglect Discovery Obligations

    Malpractice Claims Await Lawyers Who Neglect Discovery Obligations

    It’s bad enough when a client destroys evidence. Spoliation, after all, can result in significant monetary sanctions. It can bring case-dispositive adverse inferences and even default...

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  • Webinar: How to Control Data & Reduce Corporate Discovery Costs

    Webinar: How to Control Data & Reduce Corporate Discovery Costs

    It doesn’t take much for litigation costs to quickly run out of control, particularly when it comes to discovery in corporate lawsuits. Discovery alone makes up 50 percent or more of...

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  • Introducing LogINKcull: For an Artisanal Legal Experience

    Introducing LogINKcull: For an Artisanal Legal Experience

    Today, you can begin a discovery project in seconds, from anywhere, on any device. You can quickly and easily search through enormous amounts of data and use powerful culling technology...

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