A Chain of Custody (CoC) is a legal document that represents one client original media; a phone, a computer, a hard drive, etc. The CoC shows who has been in possession or custody of the electronic storage device absence its possession with the custodian, the original owner of the device. In other words, if you…

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  1) Improper deduping practices When working with data filters within your eDiscovery search strategy, make sure that you only deduplicate your results AFTER running your keyword search. Failure to do this risks inadvertently excluding and missing items that fit your date range but were deduped against earlier copies of the same items outside of…

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TERIS tightly manages an eDiscovery engagement by applying these 10 key industry-wide process steps, which help minimize the risks and exposure, while balancing the costs involved: Understand the Electronically Stored Information (ESI) Documents –¬†Part of our job as good consultants on a case, is to invest significant resources to help the case team understand the…

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What exactly is wearable tech? Wearable technology encompasses accessories that can be worn by a consumer and is meant to aid with everyday life. Wearable tech can be as simple as a Fitbit that tracks your steps towards a fitness goal or as complex as Google Glass removing the need to use our hands in…

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