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A Whole Lotta Lawyers

by Debra Logan  |  February 10, 2010

I spent part of last week at Legal Tech, the ‘world’s largest Legal Technology conference.’  I certainly hope that claim is true, because it was indeed a large gathering.  Although my own...

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What Goes On Facebook, Stays in Facebook. Forever.

by Debra Logan  |  May 7, 2009

While skimming through the very excellent Unfiltered Orange (http://orangelt.us/about/news-events/unfiltered-orange/) for the latest e-Discovery news, I came across yet another post talking about the dangers of Twitter, Facebook, and other social...

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Legal and IT Are Still Not Communicating

by Debra Logan  |  May 6, 2009

 Being an analyst is a funny old thing.  I’ve been talking about e-Discovery for a few years now and so much of what I said and wrote for Gartner at...

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Twitter and e-Discovery

by Debra Logan  |  April 28, 2009

Having finally been convinced that blogging might not be such a bad thing after all and it was almost certain that it would NOT bring about the end of civilization...

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Everyone Is Doing It: Even Lawyers

by Debra Logan  |  April 1, 2009

Nothing worse than a reformed sinner is a phrase that I have often used in connection with ex-smokers like myself. We hate it more than those of you who never...

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