Case Study: Global CPG Company Proactively Scans for Anti-Competitive Indicators using Sightline and Sensitive Data Scanning

Global CPG Company Proactively Scans for Anti-Competitive Indicators using Sightline and Sensitive Data Scanning Client Challenge The global consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry has experienced substantial growth with expansion through regional

Corporate Counsel Guide to End-to-End eDiscovery

As an in-house attorney, eDiscovery can often feel like a distraction from the substantive work you want to be doing, but successfully managing eDiscovery – including choosing the right partners – can result in finding better information, more quickly, and less expensively across all your matters.

When the Game is Afoot: Investigations and eDiscovery

The majority of eDiscovery work takes place in the context of litigation, but a significant amount of it takes place instead in the context of investigations. Although the available ESI and eDiscovery technologies are the same, the realities of handling investigations can be different in some ways important ways.

Sightline for Investigations

Sightline for Investigations Quickly identify risk with a leading platform trusted by investigatory, legal & compliance teams Automatically analyze data then visualize and search quickly to cull noise and locate actionable

Sampling Techniques for Litigation and Investigations

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.

ED105 – Clearing the Fog of War: ECA Fundamentals

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.

ED103 – The Grand Scavenger Hunt: Collection Fundamentals

With source types multiplying – including challenging sources like smartphones, social media, and collaboration tools, it is more important than ever for legal practitioners of all types to familiarize themselves with the fundamentals of collection so that they can assist in spotting potential issues and identifying appropriate solutions.

ED102 – In the Beginning: Identification and Preservation Fundamentals

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.

ED101 – The Evolving Duty of Technology Competence

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.