Archive for February 2014

Tips To Determine The Effectiveness Of Your eDiscovery Tools – Part 1

While having some type of litigation support to assist with eDiscovery is a must for most cases these days, it can be hard for counsel to evaluate just how effective those tools are. Choosing eDiscovery tools that are both efficient and cost-effective is a must, especially considering the fact that discovery often accounts for the…

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Major Challenges in Using Social Media in Litigation – Part 2

Social media has the potential to complicate cases from the first meeting with a client all the way through the delivered ruling. With the increasing popularity of social media across multiple platforms and devices, social media discovery is more likely to play a major role in litigation these days than not. Yet, despite its prevalence,…

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Brandon Colburn, VP of eDiscovery, TERIS named seminar chair for State Bar of Arizona’s Electronic Discovery Update: The Changes and Challenges of 2014

Brandon Colburn, VP of eDiscovery, TERIS is the seminar chair for the State Bar of Arizona’s Electronic Discovery Update: The Changes and Challenges of 2014 The program will be held on Friday, February 21, 2014 from 9 am to 12:15 pm and focuses on the changes and challenges parties face related to electronic discovery. From…

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Major Challenges in Using Social Media in Litigation – Part 1

Social media has the potential to complicate cases from the first meeting with a client all the way through the delivered ruling. With the increasing popularity of social media across multiple platforms and devices, social media discovery is more likely to play a major role in litigation these days than not. Yet, despite its prevalence,…

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8 Steps to Getting Sued by Blowing Your Client's e-Discovery Budget in a High Stakes Case – Part 2

Like any high-stakes profession, lawyers are vulnerable to the occasional malpractice case. Most often, this is related to claims of missed deadlines, building cases on untenable legal grounds or similar examples of poor judgment. One recent malpractice case instead based its claims on fiscal mismanagement, including nonpayment of e-discovery vendors and other litigation support to…

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Eight Steps to Getting Sued by Blowing Your Client's e-Discovery Budget in a High Stakes Case – Part 1

Like any high-stakes profession, lawyers are vulnerable to the occasional malpractice case. Most often, this is related to claims of missed deadlines, building cases on untenable legal grounds or similar examples of poor judgment. One recent malpractice case instead based its claims on fiscal mismanagement, including nonpayment of e-discovery vendors and other litigation support to…

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