Monthly Archives: November 2012

All in the mix revisited

Amongst all the articles which have been written on the emergence of predictive coding, aka Computer Assisted Review/Technology Assisted Review (CAR/TAR), it is noticeable that few contain references to any specific cases. There are, of course, exceptions such as the case study Predicting the Future of e-Disclosure prepared by James Moeskops of Millnet in conjunction… Read More »

The lone ranger

A sense of perspective is vital to the practice of law these days. In truth, it probably always was! Remember the Lone Ranger? You do not have to have been born in the 1950s and 1960s to remember the show as reruns of this popular series were being screened only a few years ago and,… Read More »

Every cloud…

You knew it was serious when the beach in front of the hotel was closed and tractors started up and down removing various temporary structures. It did not need the pool attendant to remark that there was a tropical storm coming to realise that this was going to be more than a bit of wind… Read More »

What did Delaware?

If you are of a certain age, the song by Perry Como may come to mind, combining a catchy tune with the names of some 15 US States to create a jolly, jokey offering which today seems somewhat innocent and naïve. Anyway, a new name has now been added to the pantheon of judges extolling… Read More »