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September 17 • 2015

Settlement Is Not a Safe Harbor: Sanctionable Discovery Practices Outlive Settlements, Dismissals

Courts do not require perfection in ESI discovery.  But take heed.  “Litigation is not a game.”[1]  Attempts to evade appropriate ESI discovery requests may lead to sua sponte sanctions even if a settlement is on the horizon.  And court-imposed sanctions can outlive any anticipated settlement—even when the plaintiff seeks a voluntary dismissal. A federal district […]

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August 25 • 2015

KMWorld names Brainspace Discovery™ 5 as “2015 Trend-Setting Product”

This is the second consecutive year for Brainspace to receive this recognition.                     DALLAS, TEXAS, August 25, 2015 – Brainspace, a leading innovator in text analytics and knowledge discovery software, today announced that it has been named a KMWorld “Trend-Setting Product” for 2015. The award follows […]

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July 21 • 2015

Three Lessons to Learn from Judge Peck's Latest Review of TAR

If you work in e-discovery, chances are you know that “Predictive Coding” – now commonly referred to as “technology assisted review” (TAR) – has recently received a resounding judicial nod. On March 3 of this year, U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck (S.D.N.Y.) declared that “it is now black letter law that where the producing […]

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February 16 • 2015

Use Case: See How Brainspace Transformed a Top Consulting Firm's Survey Analysis

Every year this top-five consultancy asks 8,000 of their senior managers for their unfiltered feedback. Brainspace Discovery reduced allocated labor costs by 98% while improving morale and deepening insight. Learn how by downloading the full use case.  

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August 1 • 2014

Litigation Support and eDiscovery: Time for a new approach?

The Challenge Litigation Support Professionals face a daunting task. Evidence is stored electronically in servers in corporate locations, third party data centers, on a wide variety of laptops, workstations and personal mobile devices. The scale of available enterprise data is staggering. McKinsey estimates that enterprises with more than 1,000 employees will average more than a […]

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