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Leveraging a Searchable Discovery Repository for Serial Custodians

Eliminate redundant data processing and document review with a searchable data repository that can be repurposed across multiple ediscovery projects. When dealing with ongoing matters, serial custodians and repeat clients whose data is relevant across multiple cases utilizing a searchable esi data repository can cut the time, cost and mitigate risk with a defensible process.…

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Database Migration in eDiscovery

Data migration is the process of moving data from one location to another, one format to another, or one application to another. This can result from implementing a new system, storing the data in a new location, or merging with another company. However there can be a whole new beast of eDiscovery problems that occur…

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NIST Releases Draft Plan for Federal Engagement in AI Standards Development

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is seeking public comment on a draft plan for federal government engagement in advancing artificial intelligence (AI) standards for U.S. economic and national security needs. The document recommends four actions: bolster AI standards-related knowledge, leadership and coordination among federal agencies; promote focused research…

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Cryptocurrency & Blockchain Recent Case Law

Cryptocurrency and blockchain within the legal space are no longer far reaching concepts, digital currency has evolved into a significant part the business landscape, while the laws around it continue to shift to regulate it. Below are some considerations and impacts that cryptocurrency is having on the legal, big data & law practice. Florida Appeal…

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Content Archiving for eDiscovery

Content Archiving for eDiscovery helps you meet the ever-present demands of potential litigation, reduce the costs of e-discovery and improve the legal defensibility and retention processes. Whether it’s knowledge mining, compliance regulations, and risk management are a few of the reasons why companies backup and archive information. When looking into your archiving process you will…

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Corporate Mobile Device Policies Best Practices

The convenience and functionality of mobile phones, tablets, and laptops enable our content hungry lives. Each year, we become more dependent on constant use of mobile devices to keep up with our professional and personal lives.  Mobile technology is so ingrained in our daily life, we use it to shop, email, search the web, navigate,…

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6 Security Steps To Take With Laptops, Smartphones, and Flash Drives

Laptops, smartphones, and flash drives save lawyers from packing heavy briefcases stuffed with paperwork. However, this convenience comes with a price — the security risks are substantial. According to William Quick, a sole practitioner in Clayton, MO who teaches and lectures on technology topics, “Identity theft is a mushrooming problem that Congress and the states…

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