Charles Chaffin’s Numb: How the Information Age Dulls Our Senses and How We Can Get them Back on conformation bias got me thinking about our new generation A.I. review systems. Legal practitioners have long known about the dangers of conformation bias blinding them to key facts adverse to their client’s positions. I am not an […]

I am sorry, for more than one reason, to have to come back to Her Majesty’s Government as a source of discovery / disclosure stories, but they keep serving up incidents which are relevant to wider corporate disclosure. This time, … Continue…

Lost in all the hype around market consolidation and IPOs is the sad truth that the vast majority of legal technology is destined to end up in the digital dust bin. Thompson Reuters announced the retirement of eDiscovery Point by June 2022. Launched in 2016 and fueled by the CaseLogistix IP/talent TR acquired in 2010, […]

I wrote recently about an unfortunate “IT glitch” which wiped text messages passing between a senior police officer and the Home Secretary, Priti Patel. It was difficult to cover this story – I did not particularly want to call the &#…

I would like to repost Chris Dale’s tribute to Robert Childress, which contains links to other heartfelt comments about Robert and his massive contributions to eDiscovery.  Robert was someone that was a known quantity in my professional life since I began in the eDiscovery space in 2008, I admired him – he was one of the “bubble celebrities” to me.  I am indebted to Robert and his legacy, as are all of us are in this space.