How the iPhone Changed Ediscovery Forever. Until Now.

Language evolves.  Hyphenates evolve rapidly.  For example, remember when email was ‘e-mail’?  Over time—whether by design, accident, or sheer laziness—that hyphen faded from use, and eventually the keepers of the style keys had to recognize this change. Even the Chicago Manual of Style acknowledges that hyphenates have a short shelf life.  “With frequent use, open

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ABA TECHSHOW 2014: The Trends are Predictable

As you may have read, I spent my time at this year’s ABA TECHSHOW exclusively on the Expo floor, meeting and chatting with the myriad vendors vying for attendee attention (that almost makes it sound poetic, which it wasn’t, sadly).  While there were several standouts, like LawPal, the level of innovation was nonetheless entirely incremental,

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