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Nuix creates innovative software that empowers organizations to simply and quickly find the truth from any data in a digital world. We are a passionate and talented team, delighting our customers with software that transforms data into actionable intelligence. Using Nuix software, customers can overcome the challenges of litigation, investigation, risk, compliance, and security by asking the right questions and getting complete, timely answers. Our collaborative data analytics algorithms and ...
 
This is “Life, Death and Data Breach”, a podcast about the pains and pitfalls of dealing with sensitive data in large and unorganized company repositories. Jeanne Somma, insights executive and counsel with ayfie and seasoned eDiscovery practitioner and Johannes Stiehler, CEO of ayfie and a linguist at heart discuss how to recognize and solve some of the challenges of discovering and protecting textual information. If you are a legal practitioner, data security officer or just interested in d ...
 
CorpCast focuses on Delaware corporate law and is brought to you by the Corporate and Fiduciary Litigation Group at Morris James LLP in Wilmington, Delaware. We’ll discuss updates from the renowned Court of Chancery and Delaware Supreme Court, share practice points, and provide insight into legal trends emerging from the First State, America’s capital of incorporation. CorpCast is a valuable resource for transactional attorneys and litigators with any level of experience. New episodes can be ...
 
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Please enjoy this podcast that will discuss key litigation support/eDiscovery considerations during mergers. Specifically, the podcast will cover the following key considerations: Business continuity for electronic discovery to support firm/corporation needs Technology and software Data and documentation integration Staff and roles Normalization of…
 
Welcome to the SynAckFinAck Podcast! Today I am having a conversation with Drew Goletz. Drew has been in E-Discovery for almost 15 years. He came in through the copy scan world. He first worked in litigation support. Then, shortly after Hurricane Katrina, scanning technology boomed and was the new thing. His career has progressed from paper to smal…
 
In this episode I chat with Derek Cuesta, an amazing security architect for a fortune 500 company. We talk about the skills that are the most important to be successful in the role, and it's not all technical skills! Connect with Derek on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/derekcuesta/ Connect with me: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert…
 
Women In Nuix host Tish Looper is joined by Toni Millican, the Director of Legal Technology & Information Governance at industrial products and services manufacturer Trinity Industries. Toni and Tish discuss achieving successful team dynamics through typically gendered strengths, the importance of representation at all organizational levels, and pa…
 
ILTA Radio Tune in and hear from three of the five 2020 ILTA Influential Women in Legal Tech Honorees discuss how COVID-19 has impacted the lawyer's role in the business of law in this 48-minute podcast.Episode 1 includes Jackie Nagtegaal, Futurist & Managing Director at Law for All as moderator and Alice Namuli Blazevic, Partner at Katende, Ssempe…
 
The legal world has made more forward progress since the start of the pandemic than many expected it could do in a decade. Lawyers formerly resistant to technology suddenly found themselves with no choice but to adapt and embrace digital-friendly legal practice. For a closer look at how these changes are playing out in the profession, Sharon Nelson…
 
Please enjoy the next Emerging Roles in Legal podcast episode where I chat with Danielle Haugland, Global Alliance Director at Agiloft. Danielle is a trail blazer in many ways and has created her own unique path in legal. I truly enjoyed our conversation and hope that you do too! Topics we discuss include: The Microsoft Legal Business Design Challe…
 
Processing is key part of the EDRM, however, it's often under appreciated. This podcast dives into the intricacies of processing, from its relationship with the other stages of the EDRM, what exactly goes on during processing, and what can go wrong. Daniel Smith, Associate Director at Control Risks will be sharing his experience and giving us key i…
 
I've been wanting to have a recruiter on for a while and was excited when Sam agreed to come on the podcast and chat. He is the head of Computer Vision and AI recruiting at Lawrence Harvey, one of the high end recruiting firms. His team helps companies find data scientists and other very senior technology placements for companies ranging from start…
 
For Episode Three, Mercedes Brown, ILTA UK Membership Engagement Manager, sits down with Rebecca Baker and Joy Heath Rush for a special edition of Fresh Voices of Legal Tech. As the Global Editor of The Legal Technologist and the CEO of ILTA, both interviewees have an interesting perspective of the legal sector. Tune in to learn about their experie…
 
This podcast is all about remote depositions and how to navigate through the new normal with technology that affords you the opportunity to conduct to keep you working doing remote depositions and/or mediations during these uncertain times. Technology can be overwhelming and tricky at times so we I hope our podcast this answers any questions you ma…
 
Nuix partner Enhanced Litigation Management Services (ELMS) worked with Garda Capital Group, employing Nuix Discover and using Continuous Active Learning technology to help Garda work through a construction litigation case that turned out more complex than it initially seemed. ELMS CEO Kate Clarke and Garda's General Counsel Lachlan Davidson join N…
 
To paraphrase a popular career title: What color is your digital forensics parachute? What path are you on currently? Is it the one you want to be on? And how do you know, when the field might look very different in five years? Welcome to the Forensic Focus podcast, where monthly we interview experts from the digital forensics and incident response…
 
The legal Discovery Show is intended to both educate and entertain while engaging our colleagues in the legal industry. Topics will generally focus on and around eDiscovery, however as eDiscovery truly encompasses the entire case lifecycle in some manner, we welcome all who are in or want to become a part of the legal community.…
 
Throughout 2020, ransomware has increased rapidly in both the number of incidents and the ransom amounts paid, and current data shows no foreseeable slowdown. As these ransom demands continue to surge, what do lawyers need to know if they fall victim to an attack? Digital Detectives Sharon Nelson and John Simek talk with Ted Kobus about how threat …
 
For Episode Two, Mercedes Brown, ILTA UK Membership Engagement Manager, chats with members of the Tessian Team about their experience in the legal tech sector and working for a solution provider. With years of experience ranging from less than one year to three years, their perspective is insightful.Tune in to learn about their soft and hard skills…
 
It’s a well known secret that there is chaos in the data backyards of almost all companies. While we struggle to create and implement policies, guidelines and possibly regulatory compliance, everybody just keeps on creating documents, putting them wherever seems suitable, creating copies and versions. Do you care? Should you care? What can we do to…
 
In this podcast, we will discuss how to build out a workable Martech stack within your firm from regional to global firms.Moderator:@Rachel Shields Williams, ​Senior Manager Experience Manager, Sidley Austin LLP Speaker:@Jacqueline Madarang, Associate Director of Marketing Technology & Operations, Blank Rome LLPRecorded on 11-5-2020…
 
Women in Nuix host Tish Looper is joined by Cynthia Vasquez, founder of Propel Consulting, a provider of eDiscovery and litigation support services. Cynthia is also the Assistant Director of the Orange County, CA chapter of Women in eDiscovery. In this episode, they talk about taking risks and supporting underdogs, and even some tips for networking…
 
What are the qualitative and quantitative measurements of KM that demonstrate the value of KM to senior leadership or others across the firm. Whether you are starting from scratch or have an established method of collecting and conveying metrics, this podcast will explore the different ways to achieve this.Moderator:@Daniel Wood, Director of Counse…
 
In this very special episode we deviate a little bit from our focus on data privacy and talk about data piracy instead. More specifically, we shed some light on how Jeanne Somma became a lawyer by trade and technologist by accident. We not only cover what could be considered career advice, but also touch upon the topics of usability, the Apple Newt…
 
A lot of law firms are claiming to be innovative, but clients often struggle to understand what firms mean when they talk about innovation. In this micro-learning podcast, we will discuss how truly innovative law firms (according to their clients) are differentiating themselves by delivering value and enhancing customer satisfaction.Moderator: @Bár…
 
In this micro-learning podcast, we will briefly highlight benchmarking, competitive intelligence, what tools do you use and how do you compare yourself to others?Moderator:@Jarmila Pencikova, Director, Finance, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP Speaker: @Kevin Bielawski, Director of Legal Operations, Husch Blackwell LLPRecorded on 10-22-2020…
 
Commander Steve Fulkerson has had an amazing career in technology floating between cyber research at the most senior levels in the Department of Defense and customer success in the private sector. There are all types of technology careers in cyber and other spaces within technology and this episode is a great example of that. Enjoy! https://www.lin…
 
In this micro learning podcast, we will discuss what knowledge management and marketing will look like as we emerge from this pandemic in the office of the future and how to best continue to position these areas in need.Moderator:@Caroline Sweeney, Director of Knowledge Management & Innovation, Dorsey & Whitney LLP Speakers:Gillian Brennan, Directo…
 
Audio and video files have become increasingly relevant in today’s legal matters, and lawyers need to know how to best handle this information. Digital Detectives Sharon Nelson and John Simek welcome eDiscovery experts Doug Austin and Brett Burney to discuss how to collect, preserve, search, and review audio/video information and then effectively p…
 
In this podcast session, we will discuss ways to maximize ROI of an e-billing system, tool support, and highlight why a unified process allows you to better track spending.Moderator:@Will Pett, Senior Business Analyst, Fidelity Investments Speaker:@Donald Knight, Director of Legal and Tax Operations, Crown CastleRecorded on 10-12-2020…
 
What is a data subject access request and how can you use it to take revenge on your employer? In this episode we discuss uses and abuses of this mechanism and how it affects different industries. The “triangle of problems” – people, processes and technology – again plays a key role in finding a solution for DSARs that doesn’t break the bank.…
 
Great chat with Lonnie Harris from Equifax. Lonnie started out in engineering working on the Boeing 777 and then moved to Cisco and now is at Equifax. Great insight into what skills people need in cyber and what people are looking for. Also the best time is NOW to get into cyber. I enjoyed the conversation and know you will too! If you have cloud/s…
 
When there is a new innovative idea, you want to champion it and deliver on it as fast as possible, but in a responsible way. In this podcast, we will discuss what are some best practices for keeping stakeholders engaged while meeting firm governance standards and security requirements. Questions from Dan to Nikki: -What methods do you use to solic…
 
In our inaugural episode, we discuss the base line of defence against data breach: having as little data as possible in the first place. Among other things, we cover GDPR, CCPA, fresh-water sharks and German compound words. Tune in to understand what data protection regulations could mean for your business and why data is less like gold and more li…
 
What happens when biometric information is compromised? For too many lawyers, the risks associated with this technology have been flying under the radar, but that needs to change! Digital Detectives hosts John and Sharon welcome Judy Selby to discuss the full spectrum of what lawyers should know about biometric technology. They address its many use…
 
When we talk about diversity in DFIR, are we referring to hiring people who look different from us, or do we also mean people who think differently? Welcome to the Forensic Focus podcast, where monthly we interview experts from the digital forensics and incident response community on a host of topics ranging from technical aspects to career soft sk…
 
In this episode, I am happy to be joined by Dr. Bartley Richardson from NVIDIA to chat about GPU based data science and how to get ahead in cyber. I've worked in places where I've have to process ALOT of data whether it be network traffic or logs. I've had problems with data that standard methodologies and hardware just can't scale to handle handle…
 
In our second installment of Emerging Roles in Legal Amy Monaghan speaks with members of Orrick's innovation team. In this "fanel," we discuss an array of topics, including: what it means to drive change within an organization, how they are working to empower attorneys to practice at the top of their licenses, and the importance of mentorship. You …
 
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