One thing about being a daily blog is that the posts accumulate more quickly. As a result, I’m happy to announce that today is our 500th post on eDiscoveryDaily! In less than two years of existence!
When we launched on September 20, 2010, our goal was to be a daily resource for eDiscovery news and analysis and we have done our best to deliver on that goal. During that time, we have published 144 posts on eDiscovery Case Law and have identified numerous cases related to Spoliation Claims and Sanctions. We’ve covered every phase of the EDRM life cycle, including:
We’ve discussed key industry trends in Social Media Technology and Cloud Computing. We’ve published a number of posts on eDiscovery best practices on topics ranging from Project Management to coordinating eDiscovery within Law Firm Departments to Searching and Outsourcing. And, a lot more. Every post we have published is still available on the site for your reference.
Comparing our first three months of existence with our most recent three months, we have seen traffic on our site grow an amazing 442%! Our subscriber base has nearly doubled in the last year alone!
And, we have you to thank for that! Thanks for making the eDiscoveryDaily blog a regular resource for your eDiscovery news and analysis! We really appreciate the support!
I also want to extend a special thanks to Jane Gennarelli, who has provided some wonderful best practice post series on a variety of topics, ranging from project management to coordinating review teams to learning how to be a true eDiscovery consultant instead of an order taker. Her contributions are always well received and appreciated by the readers – and also especially by me, since I get a day off!
We always end each post with a request: “Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.” And, we mean it. We want to cover the topics you want to hear about, so please let us know.
Tomorrow, we’ll be back with a new, original post. In the meantime, feel free to click on any of the links above and peruse some of our 499 previous posts. Maybe you missed some?
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