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eDiscovery Series: Introduction

Explore the legal landscape and steps required for end-to-end eDiscovery

Your organization just got served a lawsuit and the judge is ordering you to isolate all information (emails, files, messages, and records) relating to the incident in question and those involved. How […]

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For eDiscovery production, less is certainly more

Overproduction is a problem—and a big, tiresome, expensive one at that. Let’s break it down. The Situation Imagine your organization is engaged in litigation regarding a recently completed construction project. You provide […]

Curing the eDiscovery Headache

Why the EDRM should be cut in half

Of all the hurdles that come with litigation, eDiscovery may be one of the worst. Although the relevant amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure came about in 2006, organizations are […]

ICYMI: Analytics and GDPR were hot topics at LegalTech 2017

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ICYMI: Analytics and GDPR were hot topics at LegalTech 2017

In case you haven’t heard, it is now the “Big Data Era,” where global email traffic creates 183 billion new messages every day, and corporate data is expected to grow 30% every […]

Why the journey of self-discovery may be easier than managing your enterprise data

e-discovery vs Self-discovery

Why the journey of self-discovery may be easier than managing your enterprise data

New Year’s resolutions have us all trying to be better people. And it stinks. But I think it might be easier than preparing an enterprise for litigation, so I put that to […]

How eDiscovery tools are handling more than just ECA

eDiscovery: From Simplicity to Strategy

How eDiscovery tools are handling more than just ECA

eDiscovery is a painful and costly process for those of us in enterprise defense, and Zubulake vs. UBS Warburg made it considerably worse. The changes to FRCP in 2006 codified the Zubulake […]