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So far Brett Burney has created 13 blog entries.

Legaltech 2017 Notes, Observations, and Proclamations

I know we were supposed to call it "Legalweek: The Experience" but it's hard to get everyone to re-brand in one year, and it still felt like the same old Legaltech (not necessarily a bad thing). Monica Bay offered an expert write-up on the conference remodel but I agree with Mary Mack in that piece that [...]

By | February 8th, 2017|Articles, ediscoveryinfo Blog|0 Comments

FREE Webinar! Brett Burney to Speak on Boosting Mac Efficiency in Small Law Firms – December 15, 2016

Are you already using a Mac in your practice but believe you should be MORE efficient? Are you considering moving from Windows to a Mac but just want to be sure it's the right decision? Then don't miss my FREE webinar I'm hosting with my friend Ernie Svenson (aka Ernie the Attorney) at Paperlesschase.com and [...]

By | December 13th, 2016|Events, Macs in Law Blog|0 Comments

Brett Burney the Featured Guest on Civilly Speaking Podcast to Discuss Using the iPad in Your Practice

The Ohio Association for Justice has posted its two-part podcast interview with Brett Burney about how to use an iPad in a legal practice. The Civilly Speaking podcast is hosted by Sean Harris of the law firm Kitrick, Lewis & Harris Co., L.P.A and is the monthly podcast of the Ohio Association for Justice. In [...]

By | June 13th, 2016|Interviews|0 Comments

The History and Future of Summation Software – “old Summation” vs. “new Summation”

If you have been around litigation support or e-discovery for any length of time, you've encountered Summation. AccessData, who currently owns Summation, recently tweeted tweeted a link to Terry Mazura’s review of Summation 6.0 and they graciously let you download it from their website. In my article on www.ediscoveryinfo.com, I go through a little history of the Summation [...]

By | June 3rd, 2016|Articles, ediscoveryinfo Blog|0 Comments

Pursuing Legal Cloud Computing Security Standards: Legal Market Reactions – Brett Burney Quoted on Cloud Computing for Law Firms

Brett Burney is quoted in an article for Legaltechnews.com entitled "Pursuing Legal Cloud Computing Security Standards: Legal Market Reactions" that appeared on March 24, 2016. The article was authored by Marriott Murdock, Marketing Director for NetDocuments. Brett Burney: Most cloud computing services today are developed for the general consumer market. Every user certainly has a [...]

By | March 24th, 2016|Interviews|0 Comments

iConect-XERA: Easing Legal Review? Brett Burney Reviews iConect-XERA for Legaltech News

E-discovery consultant Brett Burney reviews iConect-XERA, the web-based document review platform from industry veteran iConect. The review first appeared in the April 2016 issue of Legaltech News magazine. Originally iConect nXT, the company released its updated XERA platform in 2011. Users get an immediate sense that iConect-XERA is a mature, Web-based platform that could only [...]

By | March 23rd, 2016|Articles|0 Comments

Cloud-Based Liquid Litigation Manager Provides Service On The Go (Brett Burney reviews Liquid Lit Manager)

E-discovery consultant Brett Burney reviews Liquid Lit Manager from LLM Inc. for Legaltech News. Liquid Lit Manager is a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that offers a variety of tools in addition to document review. In the e-discovery world there's no shortage of document review platforms. But surprisingly, there's very little software to help litigators comprehensively [...]

By | January 28th, 2016|Articles|0 Comments

ABA TECHREPORT 2015: Litigation and TAR

E-discovery consultant Brett Burney co-authored the "Litigation and TAR" section of the ABA TECHREPORT 2015 for the Law Practice Division of the American Bar Association. Co-author Paul Unger reported on findings from the ABA TECHREPORT that covered how technology is being used in the court room and the state adoption of electronic filing. Brett Burney [...]

By | January 14th, 2016|Articles|0 Comments

I Use Tabs in Finder Because I Like Tabs in Safari

Originally posted on Macs in Law blog. I can’t use Safari without Tabs, and now I can’t use Finder without Tabs. I’m constantly accessing multiple folders in Finder and if I had to open a New Window every time I’d go crazy. I like to use one SINGLE Finder Window, and then I open multiple [...]

By | December 30th, 2015|Macs in Law Blog|0 Comments

Review in the Cloud: Looking More Closely at Everlaw (Brett Burney reviews Everlaw)

E-discovery consultant Brett Burney reviewed Everlaw in the December issue of Legaltech News. I continue to be amazed at the evolution of cloud-based document review platforms. Not because they're becoming more like "traditional" software offerings, but because they're more flexible in providing unique and useful tools that aren't possible anywhere else. An excellent example is Everlaw [...]

By | December 23rd, 2015|Articles|2 Comments