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eDiscovery Trends: Needing “Technology Assisted Review” to Write a Blog Post


Late on a Thursday night, with a variety of tasks and projects on my plate at the moment, it seems more difficult this night to find a unique and suitable topic for today’s blog post.

One thing I often do when looking for ideas is to hit the web and turn to the many resources that I read regularly to stay abreast of developments in the industry.  Usually when I do that, I find one article or blog post that “speaks to me” as a topic to talk about on this blog.  However, when doing so last night, I found several topics worth discussing and had difficulty selecting just one.  So, here are some of the notable articles and posts that I’ve been reviewing:

There’s plenty more articles out there.  I’ve barely scratched the surface.  When we launched eDiscovery Daily about 16 months ago, some wondered whether there would be enough eDiscovery news and information to talk about on a daily basis.  The problem we have found instead is that there is SO much to talk about, it’s difficult to choose.  Today, I was unable to choose just one topic, so, as the picture notes, “I have nothing to say”.  Therefore, I’ve had to use “technology assisted review” to provide a post to you, thanks to the many excellent articles and blogs out there.  Enjoy!

So, what do you think?  Are there any specific topics that you find are being discussed a lot on the web?  Are there any topics that you’d like to see discussed more?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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