Posts Tagged ‘eDiscovery’

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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12 eDiscovery Blogs for Legal Professionals (Updated)

The complexities of eDiscovery make constantly following recent eDiscovery news and developments a necessity for most legal professionals. EDiscovery is a part of all forms of litigation and continues to grow and evolve at an astounding rate. Fortunately, there are a number of blogs that track eDiscovery developments and we’ve compiled an updated list of…

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What Is A Legal Hold?

A legal hold, also known as a litigation hold, is the process by which an organization advises personnel when information must be preserved for potential litigation matters or investigations. The legal hold process ensures that information that could help to relevant to a dispute is protected until it can be collected for review or until the matter is resolved

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One Year Anniversary of GDRP Compliance Deadline

GDPR compliance will bring a business mental shift in 2019 – specifically, the impact on the perception of data as a commodity The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation is a massive expansion of the scope of data protection and restrictions on the use of personal information. The restrictions, alas, are not geographic: You,…

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Notable Cases and Events in E-Discovery: March / April

LIMITING SCOPE OF EDISCOVERY a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruling upholding a district court’s order limiting the scope of discovery and imposing sanctions against the plaintiff for disregarding the court’s orders and repeatedly engaging in litigation issues decided by the court. Decision: The Eighth Circuit affirmed the district court’s order limiting…

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