Once the data has been identified through appropriate data mapping techniques, and defensibly collected by a certified forensic examiner the data moves onto the next stage within the electronic data reference model (EDRM). Following collection, the data will need to be processed for electronic discovery and further review. This can include converting file types into archivable structured formats to maintaining the files in native format for review.

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Microsoft Teams has become one of the leading team collaboration tools utilized by large corporations across multiple industries. As a result, Microsoft Teams is becoming a standard request for submission during the eDiscovery process. Data and Electronically Stored Information (ESI) associated with Teams can be a valuable asset during litigation and investigations.

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Sanctions around eDiscovery don’t happen often, but that doesn’t mean they don’t occur. Proper handling, preservation, & production of ESI during the discovery process should be of top concern. Through assessing your process pro-actively and continuously you are able to reduce the chance of facing any of the aforementioned issues while also streamlining your eDiscovery.

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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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20 eDiscovery Blogs for Legal Professionals to Follow (Updated) The complexities of eDiscovery make constantly following recent eDiscovery news and developments a necessity for most legal professionals. EDiscov ery 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…

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