The custodian interview provides an essential foundation for a defensible eDiscovery process. Not only can it help you identify the universe of critical facts about the case and potentially relevant information, but an effective interview can also allow you to narrow down your search for documents … Read more about Talk Discovery to Me: How to Discuss eDiscovery Obligations With Data Custodians
Information overload: it’s not just something that people suffer from. Organizations today are generally mired in a complex web of data sources, all overflowing with information. What makes it even more challenging is that too many organizations lack information governance policies—or lack … Read more about How to Undertake an Information Governance Project
In the early 2000s, eDiscovery was still the Wild West. Before the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended in 2006 to address eDiscovery in the wake of the Zubulake cases (with opinions from 2003 to 2005), and even afterward, few, if any, clear standards existed governing the use of … Read more about What is the EDRM, and Why Does it Matter for eDiscovery?
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?
How can a company prepare for eDiscovery before the Federal Trade Commission? The same way it does for any other matter! Of course, FTC litigation can have shorter deadlines and span a wider scope than other forms of discovery, particularly if a Second Request, described below, is involved. But, … Read more about Navigating eDiscovery Before the Federal Trade Commission
Baby was it cold outside in New York, but we still had a wonderful time this year at Legaltech. From the educational sessions to the exhibit floor to visits with clients and prospects, we left excited about what’s ahead for both our company and our industry as a whole. Here’s our recap of three … Read more about Our Takeaways From Legaltech 2019
We recently took a look in the rearview mirror at what transpired in 2018 . With the new year starting and Legaltech New York on the horizon, it’s time to pull out our trusty crystal ball, scatter some tea leaves, and read the Ouija board. Here are three of the key trends that we’re following in … Read more about Our Forecast for eDiscovery in 2019
We recently partnered with Now Discovery, creators of the technology behind the powerhouse Lumix processing engine, to build a complementary review platform. Why did we do this? For several reasons. Until now, review tools have lacked the ability to process data. That meant organizations had … Read more about Lumix: One eDiscovery Processing and Review Platform to Rule Them All
By the time of our mid-year trends post last summer, the year’s key eDiscovery-related themes had already taken significant shape. What trends stuck and what waned before the end of December? Here’s a recap of what 2018 held for our industry. Privacy is king, or at least consumers want it to … Read more about What We Learned About eDiscovery in 2018
Facing a new legal or regulatory matter where you have to review terabytes of data? If so, you’re probably wondering how to justify the potential cost of such a project—and how to avoid breaking the bank! The key is to not go it alone. By partnering with an experienced eDiscovery provider, you … Read more about 7 Steps to Saving Money on Large, Complex eDiscovery Projects
The world of eDiscovery is at a tipping point. Clients and customers expect their lawyers and law firms to do more than ever, managing and parsing an unprecedented volume of data quickly and effectively. At the same time, they’re demanding lower costs, better-controlled budgets, and transparent … Read more about AI Is Here to Save eDiscovery—And It’s Not a Moment Too Soon
Holding a purge day? Boxing up all paper records and old hard drives and hauling them to a basement for safekeeping, where they’ll never be seen again? While government officials swimming in data may prefer these options for managing their information, they’re legally mandated to do something more: … Read more about Taming the Data Tiger: 4 Strategies for Government Agencies Responding to eDiscovery Requests