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In our two previous blog postings, we discussed how to get legal professionals to trust predictive review and how to limit the amount of attorney time necessary as part of the process. A third argument against predictive review is that the so-called experts cannot seem to decide on which methodology is best. There are a…

Last month marked the 46th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and the first steps by humans on the lunar surface:  July 20th, 1969. A lot of monumental change has occurred since this groundbreaking (lunar surface-breaking?) event, but sometimes the differences in times are best brought home by an examination of more mundane matters. …

In our last blog posting, we discussed the fact that predictive review can reduce costs, improve quality and sometimes even save your case but many legal professionals don’t use it because they don’t trust it. A second reason is that they believe predictive review is too difficult and too much of a burden on attorneys…

It seems fashionable for some these days to claim not to like Chipotle.  Others may, more practically, to wish to grow a business big enough to attract such detractors. But one thing is for certain:  Chipotle is rolling out a lot of burritos, and people are eating it up. Chipotle is getting bigger and bigger…

Apple Radio started this week.  The new music streaming service comes from the folks who kick-started the digital music frenzy with the introduction of their iPod back in October of 2001.  Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film “2001:  A Space Odyssey” may have been prescient back then with its view of the future, but even Hal the…

Some people enjoy a drink now and then.   And it’s interesting to note that the pleasure of indulging usually happens with very little idea of the actual process and ingredients behind the creation of the preferred alcoholic beverage.  For instance, did you know that beer, whiskey, and ‘moonshine,’ basically share the same ingredients? Beer is…

  A definition of executive: Someone who has the power to put plans, actions, or laws into effect A person with senior managerial responsibility in a business organization Or, according to Forbes ASAP:   Someone who wastes 150 hours per year—almost an entire month—searching for lost information. Let’s break that down, shall we?  In south…

The concept of the paperless office feels like it has been around for forever. That’s because it actually has been around nearly forever– or at least, ever since the advent of the personal computer. A 1975 Business Week article entitled  “The Office of the Future” first predicted the paperless office, and the hope that all…

You thought Office Space was as bad as it gets? The Thoughtful Boss The company decided to fire a married couple. They had just bought a house and were expecting their first child. The wife’s name came up to be let go and upper management decided that the husband should be fired as well, because…

Change in routine can be scary, but it usually comes with some benefits. Myth #1: Paperless documents are not as secure as filed hard copies How hard is it to access your paper files? And who accesses them? If your answer is the secretary, you know just how secure those files are (hint: they’re not)….

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