The Rear View Mirror on Google+: Top 5 Stories From Last Week's Unfiltered Orange Newsletter

Each week Orange Legal Technologies' Unfiltered Orange Weekly E-Discovery Update provides readers with a trusted compilation of key public domain eDiscovery news, views and events. With over 5,000 stories shared since 2008, Unfiltered Orange has become a primary resource for many legal and technology professionals as they seek to keep up-to-date on the ever changing eDiscovery landscape.

The top five stories (based on email analytics) from last week's edition (April 25, 2012) are as follows:

1. A Judge Orders Predictive Coding Over Plaintiff Objection – bit.ly/Ic9lx7 (Evan Koblentz)

2. Admissibility of Scientific Literature in the Internet Age – bit.ly/Icah4k (Andrew Kaufman)

3. ‘Briggs’ and Emerging Standards on Government eDiscovery Obligations – bit.ly/HYwzUI (Norman Simon Brendan Schulman, Samantha Ettari)

4. Allergies, eDiscovery and Karma: Yes, The Rules Apply to Law Firms, Too – bit.ly/ILU3N4 (Dennis Kiker)

5. The Cozy World of eDiscovery Implodes – bit.ly/IBjfFZ (Jason Krause)

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Source: OrangeLT.com
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