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I was at the Sedona Working Group’s mid-year conference recently in St. Louis. While I sadly didn’t get to see the famous arch, I was happy to be ensconced again in the “Sedona Bubble” – an oft used term to fondly describe the relatively small cadre of lawyers, judges and academic professionals that are in [...]
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The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are primed for a little modification. Recently, the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules provided a recommendation that a variety of changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure be approved for publication and public comment. It has been a few years since the last round of amendments (you know, [...]
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If America and England are two nations divided by a common language, their healthcare systems, at least, are united by common challenges. Recommind attended its first British health information technology (HIT) event, HC2013, last week in Birmingham. At our stand, we found ourselves describing familiar issues in unfamiliar ways in our mix of Australian, Northern [...]
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On Thursday 25th April at 1pm, our beloved Nick Patience, Director of Product Marketing & Strategy – as well as former industry analyst – will be hosting a Q&A on Twitter, which asks who is the database administrator for unstructured data. Today organisations are faced with an increasing volume, variety and velocity of information. Over [...]
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When I was about nine, my parents decided to paint our house themselves. When they were ready to begin, my mother handed my father a paint scraper and wire brush to prep the surface. His response was, “I don’t want to scrape, I want to apply paint!” and he proceeded to do just that, regardless [...]
April 15. Unless you are a tax lawyer this day likely is not one of your better days. Even if you are a tax lawyer, you know that today will be the longest day of the year (next to the last day of the firm’s fiscal year as you await that check the client promised [...]
April 1 has come and gone, and the legal profession remains eager with anticipation to see what the overall impact will be from the recently enacted Civil Justice Reforms in England and Wales. The reforms, often referred to as the Jackson Reforms based on the January 2010 report of Lord Justice Jackson which served as [...]
A recent survey from 451 Research indicated that many executives (particularly those at small and midsize businesses) “may not be placing a high priority” on information governance. The March report (“E-Discovery and E-Disclosure 2013: The Ongoing Journey to Proactive Information Governance”) surveyed small, midsize, and large companies in November and December 2012, inquiring how information [...]
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Maybe it’s just my perception, but lately it seems US healthcare news is all about pricing and payment models. For example: America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) received wide coverage around a recent study evaluating the prices paid by commercial insurers between 2008 and 2010. This essentially blamed hospitals and other providers for the rapid increase [...]
It’s that time of year. Law offices across the country have been slightly understaffed the past few weeks, but for most of us Spring Break 2013 is now a memory. Beautiful blue skies, nice weather, and free flowing libations at a scenic resort in southern California; yep, San Diego this time of year is the [...]