Articles in: EDRM

how to save on eDiscovery costs

How to save on eDiscovery costs

The importance of targeted document collection in cutting eDiscovery costs

If you know anything about eDiscovery, you’ve probably heard about the EDRM (eDiscovery reference model). If you haven’t, it’s the industry-accepted eDiscovery process. While the breakdown seems simple enough, each stage requires […]

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What is eDiscovery?

Walking through the eDiscovery process

What do you do when you receive a Freedom of Information Act request, when in litigation, or during a government investigation? How do you approach finding and compiling all the information needed […]

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Curing the eDiscovery Headache

Why the EDRM should be cut in half

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

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 […]

The unlikely connection between Game of Thrones and unified eDiscovery

eDiscovery: Stark Contrasts

The unlikely connection between Game of Thrones and unified eDiscovery

WARNING: This blog post contains minor Game of Thrones spoilers. It is highly recommended that anyone reading should first watch every season in its entirety. If you are past season 1, you are probably fine, but it is still recommended to catch up. And let’s be honest; at this point you should probably be all in or all out, given that it’s been on for 6 years already!