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The Paragon Blog
There are two aspects of discovery when thinking about documents: reviewing the documents and reviewing to understand the contents of the documents. Traditionally, “document review” (defined for these purposes as the process of locating documents subject to production in discovery) is most concerned with the defensibility of the review methods used, the timeliness of the[…]
As we continue to offer more advanced discovery solutions, we knew it was critical to our mission that we add someone who understood advanced review methods and technologies as well as anyone in our industry. After months of trying to make this hire a reality, we are thrilled to welcome Micah Kasdan to the Paragon[…]
After a rigorous search for a Director of Client Services, we are pleased to announce that we have found not only a top notch services professional, but a true original who embodies our philosophy of non-conformity and continuous improvement. Randy Girouard, our new Director of Client Services, is a discovery professional with twenty-plus years’ experience designing[…]
Is it time for an industry education overhaul? I recently had the opportunity to attend the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS) Conference in New York, NY. And although there was so much I was able to take away from the conference itself (this conference did not, in fact, suck!), I have noticed a trend[…]
There are traditionally two types of people concerned with what is under the hood of a car. Mechanics – skilled experts who need to understand the inner workings of the engine in order to ensure it runs at the optimal levels. And, in some instances, sales people who use jargon about features as a selling[…]
Unless you have been living under a rock, you know there is a new Star Wars movie out in theaters. As I am sure my friend Josh Gilliland will have a recap of the legal implications of the First Order or whether or not the Rule of Perpetuities applies in the Outer Rim, I will[…]
In the past several months we have undergone some significant changes as an organization. We began a partnership with Recommind, which gives our clients access to the best review platform in the industry coupled with Paragon’s managed services. Our Forensics team licensed X1, the industry’s most sophisticated social media, cloud and hybrid investigatory software. We[…]
As the adage goes, “proper preparation prevents poor performance.” Platitudes aside, this rings especially true in modern discovery battles and the mountains of information at issue. Evolving network environments, custodians dispersed around the country or even globally, debates over production formats, disputes over search methodologies, a multitude of review platforms, and of course budgetary concerns…[…]
Victory awaits him who has everything in order — luck, people call it. Defeat is certain for him who has neglected to take the necessary precautions in time; this is called bad luck. – Roald Engelbregt Gravning Amundsen Bad things happen to us in litigation all[…]
We often read things that sound true – or as political satirist Stephen Colbert might have said, things that have an element “truthiness” about them. I came across such an item recently, which featured a quote attributed to me. The quote in question referenced my blog, Seven Things We Saw at Legaltech 2015 and my[…]