10 Steps to Prepare You for a Rule 26(f) eDiscovery Conference

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(f) requires parties to litigation to meet early in a case—the rule’s language specifies “as soon as practicable,” absent a court order, and at least 21 days before the court holds a scheduling conference or before the Rule 16(b) scheduling order is due. The rule … Read more about 10 Steps to Prepare You for a Rule 26(f) eDiscovery Conference

Do You Know Where All the Data You Need for eDiscovery Is Hiding in Your Organization?

Data: these days, it’s everywhere you don’t want it to be—at least when it comes to eDiscovery. All the conveniences that modern technology offers us for anytime, anywhere work, collaboration, and communication can add up to trouble when it’s time to collect, review, and produce that information for … Read more about Do You Know Where All the Data You Need for eDiscovery Is Hiding in Your Organization?

Limit the Costs and Control the Timeline of eDiscovery Review With Near-Deduplication

Even with all the technological advancements of the last 20 years, document review remains the slowest, costliest phase of eDiscovery. For most review projects, technology only takes you so far: attorneys still have to manually look at pages upon pages of potentially discoverable data to determine … Read more about Limit the Costs and Control the Timeline of eDiscovery Review With Near-Deduplication