Jason Robman


  • Monday, December 6, 2010
    Editor: In your experience, what have been the principal attributes clients are seeking in an e-discovery provider?
  • Monday, April 5, 2010
    Since last month's interview entitled, "Controlling Legal Costs - Service Providers Defensible Predictive Coding Will Change The Economics Of eDiscovery In 2010," I received many inquiries from readers about how they could start the evaluation process to implement technology that will change the economics of eDiscovery. So, we thought it would be helpful...
  • Tuesday, March 2, 2010
    Editor: Mr. Robman, would you tell our readers some background on yourself and Recommind?
  • Tuesday, September 1, 2009
    Over the last five years, the distinction between records and knowledge management, information access, legal and compliance systems has blurred. Whereas each was once a separate IT system, they are no longer the sole domain of one department as the business drivers behind each system become more and more interconnected. The primary unifying factor across...
  • Monday, June 1, 2009
    Under the theme of doing more with less, we are hearing stories about how in today's economic climate consumers are looking to save money and time by repurposing household items. Consumers are finding new and alternative lives for products that seemingly no longer have any utility rather than discarding them. For example, we hear stories of converting old...
  • The Power Of Automated Early Case Assessment In Response To Litigation And Regulatory Inquiries
    Sunday, March 1, 2009
    Overview With the United States government mapping a course for the nation's financial system, increased regulatory and law enforcement scrutiny is likely to ensue, with the inevitable result being an increase in regulatory investigations and resulting litigation. By all accounts this trend will pick up steam throughout 2009 and extend for many years...