Books, Articles, Awards

This is a complete listing of Ralph Losey’sralph_smiling books, articles and some notable speaking engagements. A complete list of his many talks worldwide are too numerous to list. At the end is an unabridged list of what Ralph considers his most notable Accolades and Honors during the course of his career as a lawyer since 1980.

E-DISCOVERY FOR EVERYONE, Ralph Losey; Foreword Judge Paul Grimm (ABA 2016-2017). Click here for his video intro to this book.

PERSPECTIVES ON PREDICTIVE CODING  And Other Advanced Search Methods for the Legal Practitioner; Editors: Jason R. Baron, Ralph C. Losey, Michael Berman; Foreword by Judge Andrew Peck (ABA 2016-2017).

Here are Losey’s earlier books.

Adventures in Electronic Discovery (West Thomson Reuters, 2011).

Electronic Discovery: New Ideas, Trends, Case Law, and Practices (West Thomson Reuters, 2010).

Introduction to E-Discovery: New Cases, Ideas, and Techniques (ABA 2009).

e-Discovery: Current Trends and Cases (ABA 2008).

Your Cyber Rights and Responsibilities: The Law of the Internet, Chapter 3 of Que’s Special Edition Using the Internet, (McMillian 3rd Ed, 1996).

Law Review Articles and Other Writings:

Predictive Coding and the Proportionality Doctrine: a Marriage Made in Big Data, 26 Regent U. Law Review 1 (2014).

Mancia v. Mayflower Begins a Pilgrimage to the New World of Cooperation, 10 Sedona Conf. J. 377 (2009 Supp.).

Lawyers Behaving Badly, 60 Mercer L. Rev. 983 (Spring 2009).

HASH: The New Bates Stamp, 12 Journal of Technology Law & Policy 1 (June 2007).

Protecting Your Intellectual Property, Profit Magazine (IBM – 1992).

The Legal and Practical Protection of Computer Databases, Florida Bar Journal (1991).

The Meaning of De Novo Review in ERISA Law, Trial Advocate Quarterly (1991).

Bruch Creates Split in Circuits On Standard of ERISA Appellate Review, The National Law Journal (1991).
educational blog, 2006-present.

Losey Family & Justice Ginsberg at Supreme Court

Numerous speaking engagements on law and technology, including many at The Sedona Conference, too numerous to list (or keep track of), but Losey considers his most notable to be his presentation in Washington D.C. in 1996 to the International Alliance of Holistic Lawyers, of which he was a member. This was followed by a private reception at the U.S. Supreme Court attended by several Justices who were familiar with our work at IAHL, including Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O’Conner. Ralph’s second favorite was his presentation in 1997 to the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar and several members of the Florida Supreme Court, followed by leadership of a panel discussion on the topic of the Internet and High Technology in the Practice of Law.

Abridged list of what Ralph considers his most notable Accolades and Honors

Martindale-Hubbell AV

Best Lawyers in America since 2013 in four fields: Information Technology Law, Electronic Discovery and Information Management Law, Commercial Litigation, and Employment Litigation (Management).

Recognized and included in Super Lawyers since 2017.

Adjunct Professor of Law, 2008-2012, University of Florida College of Law, teaching Introduction to Electronic Discovery, Advanced eDiscovery Seminar, Online eDiscovery (online class he designed and created in 2010, which was the first accredited online class on any subject at the University of Florida College of Law).

National Institute of Standards and Technology, TREC Total Recall Track participant and team leader in 2015 and 2016 (demonstrated and measured the effectiveness of his method of information retrieval using artificial intelligence and other search techniques.

Legaltech News CIO Innovation Award 2015 Finalist.

First Place in the independently judged predictive coding document review competition in 2013 sponsored by EDI and Oracle. See EDI-Oracle Study: Humans Are Still Essential in E-Discovery (LTN Nov. 2013). Ralph was the only one-person team in the national event but prevailed against all ediscovery vendors and large review teams.

Who’s Who in American Law since 1985.

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