Complete Connector Expert-supported, defensible and accurate ESI collection and processing to ensure robust source capture, quality, and accuracy. Accurately transfer data using an expert-designed process from sources such as cloud-based collaboration,
Webinar: Off-Channel Communications: Strategies and Best Practices Never have there been so many communication devices, apps, and services available for use by employees, and employees helping themselves to these options can create
Webinar: Cloud Watching: Strategies and Best Practices for Microsoft 365 Discovery Microsoft 365 was already widely-used before 2020, and the rise of remote work since then has caused adoption and use of
Despite years of discussion in the eDiscovery industry about the power and importance of sampling techniques – particularly in the context of technology-assisted review (TAR), many practitioners remain unfamiliar with what they can accomplish with them, and when, outside of TAR, they might do so.
Due to the popularity and volume of mobile devices being used throughout the world, they have become common sources of digital evidence in litigation proceedings. It is important to understand the different types of data that can be extracted from mobile devices, mobile device backups, and the cloud.
The preservation and collection of ESI is the foundation of any disclosure exercise. In the Business and Property Courts of England and Wales, the gathering of ESI must be conducted in accordance with the Practice Direction 51U - Disclosure Pilot Scheme.
Production is another discovery activity, like collection and processing, in which technical decisions can have logistical and legal effects. For this reason, it is important for practitioners to understand the fundamentals of production.
Identification and preservation are the first and most fundamental phases of an electronic discovery effort. The duty of (identification and) preservation is a foundational concept in our legal system that grows out of the common law concept of “spoliation,” which is nearly 300 years old.
In discovery specifically, and in legal practice generally, the role of electronically-stored information (ESI) and new technology has grown exponentially over the past decade, as new sources have proliferated, new tools have become normalized, and new communication channels have supplanted the old.
Webinar: What’s New in Collections: Remote Collections During COVID-19 and Beyond As we continue to experience lock-downs, business closures, and travel restrictions as a result of COVID-19, the logistics of forensically collecting
Interview: Ben Rusch of Consilio on the practical problems of collecting data in the EU Ben Rusch, interviewed by Chris Dale for the eDisclosure Information Project, is
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Webinar: From the Trenches: Managing Internal Investigations In conjunction with IQPC's Legal IQ, this webinar will outline the processes you need in place to get the most out of an internal investigation. Our
Download Webinar: Audio Review, Weighing Available Approaches During this one-hour webinar, our panel of experts will help you understand the unique challenges presented by audio and multimedia file types. Speakers: Bennett
Exploring and understanding unique data types specifically created by financial services institutions.