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THE .DAT FILE
7 minutes | Oct 31, 2019
026 - Announcement
I've had a great time with the podcast, but it's time for a new host. Interested?
55 minutes | Jan 23, 2019
025 - Cat Casey & Maribel Rivera
In this episode, Cat, Maribel and Brandon discuss the increasing importance of culture, diversity, and social responsibility within the industry. We discuss where we’re at today as an industry and ways we can improve things going forward. Mentioned in the episode: Murder in The Manor Event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KsDeSqwgo8 Life Preservers Project: http://www.lifepreserversproject.org/ The Fearless Network: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-fearless-network-inc/; www.beyondmetoo.com
60 minutes | Dec 5, 2018
024 - Rick Weber
Rick is an attorney, business advisor and entrepreneur with deep roots in eDiscovery. We go deep into the “business of eDiscovery,” talking about the world of private equity, venture capital and state of the M&A market with respect to eDiscovery.
66 minutes | Sep 29, 2018
022 - John Patzakis
John is the Founder and Executive Chairman of X1 and was a co-founder at Guidance. We talk about the evolution of our industry from his early days at Encase to the new breakthrough technology he’s introducing with X1.
48 minutes | Sep 6, 2018
021 - Bart Holladay
Bart Holladay is an expert on the use of machine translation and technology in the context of discovery. In this episode Bart explains how the technology used to translate foreign languages has evolved over the years and where we stand today - when MT is suitable for legal and where it comes up short.
53 minutes | Aug 28, 2018
020 - George Socha
George Socha is the co-founder of the EDRM and has been a leading voice in our industry from the beginning. Get ready for a history lesson!
56 minutes | May 3, 2018
019 - Zviad Guruli @ Wilmer Hale
Z. Guruli is the Firmwide Manager of Discovery Solutions at Wilmer Hale. He manages the Staff Attorney program and provides strategic and tactical advice on all aspects of eDiscovery. In this episode, Z. shares his thoughts on the current state of affairs in eDiscovery, where we’re going, and what it’s going to take to get there.
56 minutes | Apr 19, 2018
018 - Chris Adams
Chris is the Chief Strategic Counsel at McDermott, Will and Emery where he’s focused on bringing technology-driven, cost-effective litigation and discovery solutions to the firms’ clients. In this episode we talk about innovation in the industry, including the emerging software solutions we’re excited about.
52 minutes | Jan 13, 2018
017 - Hon. Andrew J. Peck
Judge Peck was appointed United State Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York in 1995 and has since issued multiple landmark opinions in the area of eDiscovery. In this episode we dive into Judge Peck’s personal interests, career path, and of course, get into the nitty-gritty of his opinions on the practice of eDiscovery.
51 minutes | Jan 7, 2018
016 - Osama Alsalman
Osama is an eDiscovery Project Manager for Page One Legal in Nashville, TN. Born and raised in Baghdad, Osama joined the US effort in Iraq as an Embedded Interpreter for the Special Forces of the US Army in 2006. Osama’s effort to fight terrorism in his home country landed him on Al Qaeda’s Most Wanted list, which eventually necessitated his migration to the US in 2009… after which he made his way into our industry; a reminder of the incredible people that make this industry great.
37 minutes | Oct 12, 2017
014 - Andrew Sieja - Part Two
Andrew is the founder and CEO of the Chicago based software company Relativity. In this episode, we explore some of the challenges currently facing Relativity and talk about the prospects for the industry as a whole.
40 minutes | Oct 3, 2017
013 - Andrew Sieja - Part One
Andrew is the founder and CEO of Relativity, a Chicago based software company that makes Relativity. In this episode we walk through the early days of kCura – first customers, early versions of the product, and the decisions that led to the enormous success of Relativity.
46 minutes | Oct 3, 2017
015- Kelly Twigger
Kelly is an attorney, entrepreneur and well-known blogger for Above the Law. Her law firm — ESI Attorneys — acts as outsourced ediscovery counsel for law firms, organizations and municipalities who do not have internal expertise. In this episode, Kelly shares her expertise on litigation readiness, the RFP process, negotiating with vendors to achieve the best available price and her opinion on insourcing v. outsourcing eDiscovery.
54 minutes | Feb 21, 2017
012 - Corey Lee
Corey is a Partner at Hunton and Williams and is one of the foremost experts in the practice area of eDiscovery. In this episode, Corey and I discuss eDiscovery in the cloud with special emphasis on Microsoft's product, Office 365. Although technology continues to shape our world, Corey takes the time to point out all of the things that remain the same. A great episode, especially for our more technical listeners.
48 minutes | Jan 28, 2017
011 - Chris LaCour
Chris is the Founder and Chief Passion Officer at ING3NIOUS, a company that hosts a series of Information Governance thought leadership events throughout the U.S. In this episode, Chris provides his perspective on the eDiscovery industry, including the challenges he faced when he started his company. We talk about the good, the bad and the ugly sides of the now crowded space of eDiscovery-related events.
46 minutes | Jan 20, 2017
010 - Ralph Losey
Ralph Losey is a well-known voice in the eDiscovery community, especially in the area of predictive coding and the use of advanced technology. In this episode Ralph and I talk about his personal background, predictive coding, ethical obligations of lawyers and his personal process as a writer.
45 minutes | Jan 18, 2017
009 - Dave Copps
Dave Copps is the founder of Brainspace - a well-known software provider of so-called analytics tools. Dave shares his experiences as a serial entrepenuer and his expertise in the field of search, machine learning and predictive coding technology. Dave also discusses the recent merger agreement Brainspace has entered into with Medina Capital - a move that will bring about some changes at Brainspace.
51 minutes | Jan 10, 2017
008 - eDiscovery Retreat Panel
This episode was recorded at a recent eDiscovery Retreat in Orange County, CA. The topic - Using analytics to control the cost of eDiscovery - was discussed by a panel of experts representing the perspectives of corporate legal, law firms, vendors and technologists. The panel discusses creative solutions to cases with a fixed budgets, strategies on working closer with vendors to reduce costs, communicating with partners and clients on the introduction of advanced analytics and various technologies that can be used to assist cost-control measures. Panelists Include: Gordon Calhoun is a partner at Lewis Brisbois and served as our moderator. John Breen has over 20 years of experience in both eDiscovery and information governance, most recently as the VP and Discovery Counsel of Union Bank. Henry Moreno is an accomplished expert in the areas of IT, corporate information governance and compliance. Henry served 10 years as the eDiscovery manager at Dell and is currently consulting with corporate clients. Ericka Reed is the Client Services manager for Harbor Litigation Solutions, a national eDiscovery vendor servicing both law firms and corporate clients. And me Brandon Law, CEO of Oasis.
40 minutes | Dec 13, 2016
007 - Derek Duarte, eDiscovery Attorney
In this episode, Derek shares his perspective on how the eDiscovery landscape is changing for vendors and law firms, his opinion on why lawyers are so hesitant to embrace new technology and how we can apply the lessons learned in big data analytics to eDiscovery problems. Derek currently manages the eDiscovery consulting, forensics and technology development groups at Blackstone Discovery, a well-respected vendor in northern California. Learn more about Derek on his LinkedIn here.
56 minutes | Nov 22, 2016
005 – Jesse Murray, eDiscovery Manager @ Uber
In this episode I talked to Jesse Murray about eDiscovery at Uber. Jesse spent almost 6 years doing eDiscovery at Gibson Dunn before transitioning to Uber early last year. We talk briefly about his time at the firm and Jesse tells the story about he landed the job at Uber. In addition to a technical conversation about the nuts and bolts of how he is building a world class eDiscovery practice, we discuss the past, present and future of hosting platforms, including a detailed discussion on merits of Relativity.
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