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Uncivil Procedure Podcast Episode 9: Search

Brendan Ryan

“Search” is the keyword for our newest episode of Uncivil Procedure: The e-Discovery Podcast, and it’s full of wistful talk about ye olde searching days—yellow pages, encyclopedias, Encarta—as well as why it’s still the name of the game in e-discovery.

This month’s guest is Karen Wagshul, corporate counsel of e-discovery and records and information management at Allstate. Along with the Relativian gang—Daniel Pelc, Constantine Pappas, Malinda Lee, Anna Siroonian, and David Horrigan—Karen provides her perspective on why keywords are still important, what makes Paul Rudd America’s sweetheart, and predictions for the top Google searches of 2019.

You’re also sure to delight in a lot of Horrigan singing in this episode, and a story about possibly the worst-behaved juror in recent history.

Our sponsor for this episode is RelativityOne Certified Partner ProSearch. Join the conversation around Uncivil Procedure on Twitter, Instagram, The Relativity Blog, or the Relativity Community, and share your thoughts until the next episode airs.

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Brendan Ryan was Relativity’s senior manager of partner marketing.