Over the past weeks, my email inbox has been inundated with advertisements for products, invitations to events and parties and general exhortations to visit this booth and that at Legal Tech 2014. The event is taking place this week in New York. Billed as the premier legal technology show on Earth, the gathering takes place at the Hilton… Read More »
Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year to you all. See you in 2014.
When David Miranda was stopped at Heathrow in transit to Brazil, the police detained him for the nine hours maximum allowed by the relevant anti-terrorist legislation. He was questioned about classified material on his laptop said to have been obtained from Edward Snowden, the whistleblower now kicking his heels in Russia in an attempt to escape inquiry and… Read More »
We are clearly in the silly season! Or are we? At least one high profile person has their business head firmly screwed on. The tennis player Maria Sharapova is not one for bashfulness at the best of time. No one who grunts as she does, could ever be accused of shyness! Sharapova was reported recently to… Read More »
Once again we appear to have encountered a problem with email notifications to our subscribers. Many of you will see the posts anyway, either by logging onto the blog or by following us on Twitter where the links are always published but in case you have missed one or two posts, here are links to… Read More »
As this post is the 300th posted by me since we started the Smart E-Discovery blog, I thought all my kind readers had earned a light hearted piece. From time to time, I have used the image of the children’s game of Snakes and Ladders to illustrate the old way of carrying out litigation. To refresh… Read More »
Recently I have encountered problems with aspects of the blog. One that causes me concern is the apparent inability to notify subscribers of a new post. This normally happens automatically via WordPress provided I remember to uncheck the relevant box but is currently not happening. My last post on July 23rd, False Positives, is a case… Read More »