Recently by Hal Marcus
Managing the Lifecycle of Information
OpenText's Hal Marcus and Anthony Di Bello discuss how to make sure e-discovery is a part of an organization's overall information governance and management program. Their remarks have been edited for length and style.
CCBJ: Over the past five years, OpenText has made a number of...Read More
The Unlikely Champions of AI: Lawyers?? Who woulda thunk it?
When you think of bold, innovative, downright disruptive users of cutting-edge technology, you naturally think of … lawyers? Risk-averse, cautious, measured, paid-by-the-hour, brick-and-mortar, word-parsing, quintessentially nuanced (“I didn’t hear your question, but regardless...Read More
7 Things You Need to Know About Technology-Assisted Investigations: Corporate investigations are not like e-discovery, and the right approach can make a big difference in your success.
Figure 1 David Stanton of Pillsbury introduces panelists (seated from left): David Yerich, UnitedHealth Group; Laura Roman, NYSE; John Davis, UBS; and Stephen Medlock, Mayer Brown LLP; and (standing, rear) moderator Adam Kuhn of OpenText Discovery. At Legaltech 2017 in New York City, OpenText...Read More
Technological Advances Breed E-Discovery Collaboration: Survey reveals growing alignments and continuing disconnects between firms and clients
OpenText™ Discovery (formerly Recommind) recently partnered with Ari Kaplan Advisors to poll partners at leading law firms regarding e-discovery issues. The results are captured in “How Law Firms Are Incorporating Efficiency, the Cloud and Technology to Meet Enhanced Client Demands...Read More
Choice, Control and the Cloud: E-discovery survey finds consolidation benefits companies, but resistance persists
Hal Marcus, Director of Product Marketing for Recommind, a leader in data analytics and e-discovery technology, discusses the company’s recent survey of Corporate Law Departments, including their openness and resistance to an e-discovery consolidation strategy. His remarks have been edited...Read More