Optimizing Review: Driving a Seamless CSDISCO to Relativity Data Migration for a Global Entertainment Giant Client Challenge The global interactive entertainment company faced a significant challenge when several of their ongoing
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: Hold On: Get a Grip on Conducting Effective Legal Holds In a world of new and evolving sources, conducting effective legal holds is more critical than ever. Done properly, legal holds
Webinar In Case You Missed It: A Survey of eDiscovery Cases from 2022 From questions of intent, to challenging sources, to privacy concerns, 2022 has been another year of adaptation and evolution
Webinar: Celebrating eDiscovery Day 2022 Join us as we celebrate eDiscovery day with a 30-minute discussion covering some notable cases from 2022, as well as some technological innovations for improving efficiency and quality while
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.
No organization is immune from cyber incidents. Although helpful, minimalist data protection practices are often not enough to save organizations from costly data loss and embarrassing reputational damage. This Practice Guide reviews six strategies for mitigating the risk of cyber incidents in your organization.
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.
This white paper reviews what you need to know about self-service eDiscovery, including the problems it’s designed to solve and the benefits it brings to the practice of law.
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.
The fog of war is apt shorthand for the state of uncertainty that exists early in a new legal matter: What are the facts? What are the risks? What evidence exists, and what does it show? Early case assessment (ECA) is how we start to answer those questions.
The range of potential ESI sources is continually multiplying and diversifying. Processing is how we work with that diverse range of materials without using as many different pieces of software as there are types of sources and how we enable searching and document identification across different source types.
Solutions for Energy Specialist Document Reviewer lawyers, recruited for their Energy sector expertise covering market pricing, contracts, privilege, royalty litigation and intellectual property Global data infrastructure and review environments can be
Conceptual Analytics Assists with Department of Justice Request Client Challenge The government requested that the client look into potential violations of the Stark Law - a regulation which prohibits physician referrals
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.