“Search” is the keyword of this episode of Uncivil Procedure: The e-Discovery Podcast, and it’s a hotter topic than you might think. It’s also prime territory for shameless nostalgia.
Our guest this month is Karen Wagshul, corporate counsel of e-discovery and records and information management at Allstate. She chats with the Relativian gang—Daniel Pelc, Constantine Pappas, Malinda Lee, Anna Siroonian, and David Horrigan—about why keywords are still important, what makes Paul Rudd America’s true sweetheart, and predictions for the top Google searches of 2019.
Here are some big questions to ask yourself as you listen in:
- How do search skills make you indispensable to your team, and how can you further develop yours?
- Is there a “Horrigan’s Greatest Hits” album yet, and if not, when can we expect it?
- What would life be like if American Idol could be replaced by a talent-scouting AI algorithm?
If nothing else, you’re sure to love all the wistful talk about ye olde searching days: yellow pages, encyclopedias, and Encarta—oh my.
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