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With the 2013 Symantec eDiscovery in Government Educational (EDGE) Summit now behind us-and participants still buzzing about several of the presentations-I thought it might be helpful to recap some of the key insights covered, especially for those un...
This week marks the release of the 3rd annual Gartner Magic Quadrant for e-Discovery Software report.  In the early days of eDiscovery, most companies outsourced almost every sizeable project to vendors and law firms so eDiscovery software was barely...
The 7th Circuit Pilot Program sponsored an educational mock hearing and expert panel discussion in Chicago last May to tackle important issues related to the use of predictive coding technology. The long awaited video footage of the event is finally ...

Matthew Nelson is an attorney and legal technology expert with more than a decade of experience helping organizations address a wide array of information governance challenges. Nelson is known as a leading authority on the role technology plays in reducing legal risk and cost and he regularly serves as a panelist with federal judges, government attorneys and other in house counsel on topics ranging from electronic discovery to data privacy and security. He has also been invited to address a wide array of organizations as a guest lecturer including the Association of Corporate Counsel, Nevada’s High Technology Crime Task Force, the Argyle Chief Legal Officer’s Forum, Stanford & Hastings Law Schools and numerous mid-sized and Fortune 500 Corporations. Nelson recently gained widespread recognition as the author of Predictive Coding for Dummies, the legal industry’s first straightforward guide on the use of technology-assisted review tools for the legal profession. His written work has also been widely published through Forbes, Corporate Counsel, Inside Counsel and the ABA Law & Technology Journal. He is a member of the Association of Corporate Counsel, the Sedona Electronic Document Retention and Production Working Group, the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, and the California and Idaho State Bars.

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