A whistleblower calls and alleges the company is engaged in bribery in a foreign country. Or maybe there’s a conflict of interest, a complaint of sexual harassment, or indicia of fraudulent behavior or corruption. Whatever the reason, there’s a violation of law or policy that stops you in your … Read more about The Symbiosis Between eDiscovery and Internal Audit
eDiscovery isn’t just a legal task: it’s often an all-encompassing endeavor that involves executives, business units, compliance personnel, and information technology (IT) teams. And, given the ever-increasing complexity of data types and use of the cloud, it’s imperative that representatives from … Read more about It Takes a Village: The Growing Role of Information Technology in eDiscovery
Data in litigation and compliance investigations often includes sensitive or proprietary information that demands the highest level of security. But with rampant data breaches and data stored in ever more far-flung locations, how can you ensure that your eDiscovery provider is taking the proper … Read more about Checklist: How Secure Is Your eDiscovery Service Provider?
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
Are you still holding off on using artificial intelligence (AI) to expedite your eDiscovery workflows? If so, you’re missing out. Tools that leverage AI technology offer the opportunity to save time and money while improving job satisfaction for eDiscovery professionals. Just What Is AI, … Read more about Artificial Intelligence in eDiscovery: More Than Just Document Review
Late last month, France’s data protection enforcement agency, the Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL), slapped Google with a 50 million euro ($57 million) fine for GDPR violations. (See the CNIL’s decision here in French.) That’s the steepest penalty yet under the new law … Read more about Want 57 Million Reasons to Audit Your GDPR Compliance? Just Ask Google.
Developers of new technology are supposed to solve problems, not create them. That’s the name of the game: identify an unmet need or a problem that users are having and design a solution to meet that need or solve that problem. To do that successfully, tech companies need to understand their … Read more about The Effect of Diverse Perspectives on Technological Development
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
Lawyers and IT professionals are both prone to speaking in their own specialized languages—which the other side may not understand at all. But to truly improve your eDiscovery, legal and IT need to communicate effectively. Why Communications Between IT and Legal Are Critical to eDiscovery In a … Read more about Improving eDiscovery by Building Stronger Relationships Between Legal and IT