The high cost of e-discovery is a major problem for most small firms and solo lawyers. On Digital Detectives, co-hosts Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. and John W. Simek, Vice President of Sensei Enterprises, welcome guest, Bruce Olson, the President of ONLAW Trial Technologies, and discuss cost-effective e-discovery for small cases. Learn the single most important step an attorney can take to minimize e-discovery costs, the right time to seek outside expert advice and which software tools and cloud based solutions can help contain costs.
The article by Joe Dysart in the December issue of the ABA Journal hits hard at the disturbing nature of the crimes being perpetrated from the darkest reaches of the Internet. The intruders are computer-savvy geeks having fun, individuals expressing a gripe, protesters pressing a cause and criminals seeking illicit gain.
Sensei Enterprises president Sharon Nelson noted “Anonymous is heroic to many people who are sick of government lies and weary of government intrusion–unwarranted and warrantless–into the lives of U.S. citizens. They have become very much like, in the Terminator movies, the resistance fighting Skynet.”
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eDiscoveryDaily thought quite a bit about what to get their readers to celebrate these holidays, and what better to give than interviews with some of the most influential thought leaders in eDiscovery today! Our own Sharon Nelson and John Simek have been chosen. John’s interview will be published on Friday, December 16 and Sharon’s on Wednesday, December 21.
Legal Talk Network has released Sensei’s Digital Detectives podcast entitled “The Future of E-Discovery.” On this edition of Digital Detectives, co-hosts Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. and John W. Simek, Vice President of Sensei Enterprises, talk with John Munro, the Vice President and Managing Director of Orange Legal Technologies, to discuss some upcoming trends in e-discovery. John explores the future of predictive coding and shares his thoughts on amending the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, e-discovery in the cloud and the trend toward bringing e-discovery in-house. To listen to the podcast, click here.
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The United States Library of Congress collects, archives, catalogs and preserves material they feel is of significant importance, historically, to the Congress and the American people. It is a repository to foster education and scholarship and it extends to digital materials, including websites. The Library has requested permission to include “Ride the Lightning” in the historic collection of Internet materials related to Legal Blawgs. The Library will also draw from the entire website at regular intervals over time and make the collection available to researchers.
On November 22nd, the The Digital Edge: “49th Edition: Tech Toys for the Holidays 2011,” with Sensei President Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and the Oklahoma Bar’s Law Practice Management Advisor Jim Calloway, was featured on the ABA Journal’s website. Click here to read the full post.
On November 14th, Lawyers USA posted an article entitled “20 Things Lawyers Need to Know.” Sensei President Sharon D. Nelson was quoted in the article saying, “…predictive coding ‘is spreading like wildfire,’ with more companies offering customized versions, which could help lower the cost of e-discovery. Predictive coding uses software to sample electronically stored information in order to create specific searches that will help locate the most relevant data.”
The November/December 2011 edition of Law Practice Magazine features the article – Managing Legacy Data: The Skeletons in the ESI Closet – co-authored by Sharon Nelson and John Simek. Click here to read the complete article.