Logikcull Blog

  • Are You Netflix or Blockbuster?

    Are You Netflix or Blockbuster?

    In 2008, the Motley Fool asked Blockbuster CEO Jim Keyes how he was responding to his biggest competitors. His answer? Not at all. "Neither RedBox nor Netflix are even on the radar...

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  • Court Imposes Sanctions for Boilerplate Discovery Objections

    Court Imposes Sanctions for Boilerplate Discovery Objections

    When it comes to the sanctionable reliance on boilerplate, you can’t say the profession hasn’t been warned. For years courts have attacked "the problem of boilerplate” in the discovery...

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  • Patrick Barry Joins Logikcull as COO

    Patrick Barry Joins Logikcull as COO

    Logikcull is excited to announce that cloud-software executive Patrick Barry has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer. As COO, Barry will play a crucial role in...

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  • How to Be a Change Agent in Your Law Firm

    How to Be a Change Agent in Your Law Firm

    You see how things are done at your firm and you know they could be done better. You don’t just focus on what needs changing, though. You actively look for new solutions. And you build...

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  • How the Cloud Can Save You From a Weather Disaster

    How the Cloud Can Save You From a Weather Disaster

    You’ve survived the bomb cyclone, the massive winter storm that unleashed blizzard-like conditions across the East Coast last week. The unusual storm dropped snow from Virginia to...

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  • New Discovery Rules Are Coming to Criminal Law

    New Discovery Rules Are Coming to Criminal Law

    eDiscovery is not just for civil litigation—and it hasn’t been for some time. ESI is increasingly making an impact in criminal cases, where emails, social media posts, and text messages...

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  • 4 Discovery Resolutions for the New Year

    4 Discovery Resolutions for the New Year

    It’s that time of the year, again, the time when we turn the page on a new calendar year and begin to make plans for the upcoming 365 days or so. Plans to eat better, to exercise more,...

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  • 10X Your Discovery Game in 2018

    10X Your Discovery Game in 2018

    As we say goodbye, and in some cases good riddance, to 2017, it’s time to leave behind archaic, slow, and expensive eDiscovery practices as well. For decades now, eDiscovery has been a...

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  • Wickr GC Jennifer DeTrani on Ephemeral Messaging, Discovery, and the Waymo-Uber Suit

    Wickr GC Jennifer DeTrani on Ephemeral Messaging, Discovery, and the Waymo-Uber Suit

    Ephemeral messaging technologies, which retain messages for a limited period of time before automatically destroying them, have been around for years. But these technologies are just...

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  • How to Craft an Effective ESI Agreement

    How to Craft an Effective ESI Agreement

    With fewer and fewer cases going to trial, today’s discovery process has become one of the main dispute resolution mechanisms in the civil litigation system. But this process can easily...

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  • Bombshell Jacobs Letter in Waymo-Uber Suit Unsealed

    Bombshell Jacobs Letter in Waymo-Uber Suit Unsealed

    After months of contentious discovery, the high-profile trade secrets dispute between Uber and Waymo was scheduled to go to trial December 4th. That hasn’t happened. Six days before...

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  • CullCast #11 - Changing Lives With Keith Wattley & UnCommon Law

    CullCast #11 - Changing Lives With Keith Wattley & UnCommon Law

    After a brief hiatus, Logikcull’s eDiscovery and legal technology podcast, CullCast, is back. You might remember CullCast from such classics as “Winning Clients and Influencing Luddites...

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  • New Amendments Bring Federal Rules of Evidence Into the 21st Century

    New Amendments Bring Federal Rules of Evidence Into the 21st Century

    On December 1st, the Federal Rules of Evidence got a much needed update. That’s when three amendments went into effect, modifying the ancient documents exception to the hearsay rule and...

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  • Bitcoin ‘Segregated Witness’ Technology Raises Legal Controversy

    Bitcoin ‘Segregated Witness’ Technology Raises Legal Controversy

    Bitcoin skyrocketed past a record-breaking $18,000-per-coin valuation last week, more than doubling its value in two weeks. But if you were trying to join the cryptocurrency gold rush,...

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  • Now Available: 2017 Case Law Review Webinar

    Now Available: 2017 Case Law Review Webinar

    If one were to describe in a word the year in discovery law, she might come up with "familiar." Yeah, you've seen this movie before: sanctions for self-preservation, parties risking...

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  • Roy Moore Phishing Emails Seek Inappropriate Relationship With Lawyers

    Roy Moore Phishing Emails Seek Inappropriate Relationship With Lawyers

    Chinese hackers are using Roy Moore to target attorneys at major firms, according to analysts with the cybersecurity firm FireEye. Lawyers with at least three multinational firms have...

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  • Why the Data Breach Epidemic Is a People Problem: Q&A With Cooley's Randy Sabett

    Why the Data Breach Epidemic Is a People Problem: Q&A With Cooley's Randy Sabett

    Look left. Look right. Chances are, you know someone whose personal or corporate information was compromised as a result of a data breach. Facing mounting pressure to stem the rising...

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  • How to Use Two-Factor Authentication to Protect Data in Litigation & Discovery

    How to Use Two-Factor Authentication to Protect Data in Litigation & Discovery

    You’ve been hacked. Whether you’re aware of it or not, it’s almost certain that hackers somewhere have your private, personal information: your name, email addresses, passwords, birth...

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  • Why Most eDiscovery Tools Can’t Find ‘e-Discovery’

    Why Most eDiscovery Tools Can’t Find ‘e-Discovery’

    Your eDiscovery software should be able to find "e-discovery," right? But many discovery platforms cannot. If you search for “e-discovery” in most platforms, your search is likely to...

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  • Case Law Year in Review, Crafting an ESI Agreement, Avoiding Document Dumps, & More: 5 New Resources From Logikcull

    Case Law Year in Review, Crafting an ESI Agreement, Avoiding Document Dumps, & More: 5 New Resources From Logikcull

    ‘Tis the season of giving and if you’re a legal professional, Logikcull has some gifts for you: Five new resources designed to make your life easier, simpler, and better informed. And,...

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