Archive for October 2010

Safe Halloween Tips

While many (we won’t say all) of you won’t be dressing up and pleading for candy from neighbours on October 31st – probably because you heard too many “aren’t you a bit old for this?” the last time you tried that – you may have little ones in the house who are craving the day…

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Spoliation: Go to Jail. Go directly to Jail. Do not pass GO.

As fascinatingly reported by Correy Stephenson of the Wisconsin Law Journal, if an eDiscovery expert ever tries his or her hand at a version of Monopoly, then instead of the occasional “Chance” or “Community Chest” card sending players directly to jail without passing GO, the crime will be failing to comply with court-ordered eDiscovery requirements.…

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A "Critical" eDiscovery Love Connection

Not since Ernie and Bert, Felix and Oscar, Fred and Barney, or perhaps even Sarah Palin and Tina Fey have two less similar entities been fused together as intensely as IT and legal departments. And the matchmaker that has brought them together? Not some puppet-master, Hollywood hit-maker, animator’s pencil, or national political campaign and related…

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Firms with eDiscovery Systems are Faring Better

As reported by the big brains at BusinessInsurance.com, and with a moral wisdom that Aesop himself would enjoy (and perhaps write a fable about), corporations and law firms that have implemented eDiscovery systems are faring much better than their counterparts who, only now, are scrambling to get their act into gear. So why are the…

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ESI: Why a Keyword Search isn't Always the Best Option

Those of us who use Google or Yahoo everyday to get information on the best cameras, or how to remove stains from clothing, or what tourist attractions there are in Iowa come up with satisfactory results. We get pages of relevant sites in a subject we’re curious about and presto – the search engines tell…

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TERIS and PureDiscovery partner to bring PureDiscovery LegalSuite's Transparent Concept Search and Case Visualization to law firms and corporations

Seattle, WA– October 13, 2010 – TERIS announced today that it has been selected as a national service provider and partner with PureDiscovery to offer their LegalSuite software to the eDiscovery market. PureDiscovery, the technology innovator that previously introduced transparent semantic search to the legal market, has created an unprecedented software suite containing transparent semantic…

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TERIS Recognized as Clearwell Systems Gold Certified Partner

Seattle – October 5, 2010 — TERIS, a full-service litigation support provider, today announced it has become a Gold Certified Partner of Clearwell Systems, Inc., a leader in intelligent e-discovery. This status enables TERIS to provide the Clearwell E-Discovery Platform to clients on a hosted basis and leverage the product for processing, analysis, review and…

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eDiscovery Lessons from SanDisk

In California, buildings are said to be earthquake-ready. In the military, would-be soldiers go through grueling training to be conflict-ready. Global positioning systems prepare anxious drivers for the next highway exit should they make a wrong turn. Surgeons are ready with their machines that go *ping* when complications occur. So in a nutshell: preparedness is…

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