Posts Tagged ‘eDiscovery’

5 Tips for Attorneys & eDiscovery

Simply put, in the very near future, knowledge of e-discovery will be essential for an attorney to provide competent representation. In fact, amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) have already been made to recognize e-discovery as a vital procedure for civil lawsuits. As a result, attorneys should begin to learn best practices…

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5 Benefits Of Cloud Based Email Archive Solutions

The rapid increase in the need for effective information governance is responsible for creating complex concerns both in terms of storage capacity and in security. Cloud-based email archiving is one solution that’s risen to the forefront as an option to better organize and secure business communication, particularly during eDiscovery. Managed services like cloud-based email archiving…

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5 Tips for Digital Record Management

In an increasingly technological world, enterprises can no longer afford to ignore the importance of digital records management. It’s not enough to simply convert paper files into PDFs and toss the physical records into a storage unit. If faced with eDiscovery, managed services give businesses the tools they need for effective discovery and defense. Yet,…

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Data Management for eDiscovery Cost Control

Having too much data can be a liability in the event of litigation. The costs to collect and process data for discovery is typically based on size or number of gigabytes, before even getting to costly attorney review hours. Responsibly designed document retention and deletion protocols can shield a company from these spiraling costs. For…

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How to Avoid Information Governance Pitfalls

Information governance practices must be updated as laws, technologies, and business models change. Here are seven ways to make sure you’re governing your data effectively. Extract from an article by Lisa Morgan Assess Where You Are Developing effective data and information governance policies takes time. It’s an evolving process. Like any other business or IT…

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15 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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Machine Learning & E-Discovery

Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence which evolved from the study of pattern recognition. Through the construction of algorithms, machines can make predictions on data versus following preprogrammed commands. What’s more, these algorithms can make independent decisions when new data is applied. As computer processing power improves, this technology can be applied to…

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A Look Back at Native Files in eDiscovery

Legal discovery review has come a long way in the last decade to find solutions around the growing volume of ESI. While we wait for the next generation of computer assisted review to fully arrive, let’s revisit human review of native files. Reviewing native files is more defensible and efficient during the review process as…

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Government Investigations in E-Discovery

One of the biggest fears an organization faces is a government issued subpoena. This is NOT the point at which you should begin data collection as it is both costly and time consuming, because unlike traditional litigation there is no negotiation in the scope of discovery and prevention. At this point you have to consult…

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