Upcoming eDiscovery Industry Events Summer/Fall 2022

With in-person events returning, there are several upcoming conferences that have been announced that cover topics of eDiscovery, review, and litigation support. Here are five upcoming events in the legal industry to consider if you are looking to expand your industry knowledge, learn about emerging trends and connect with legal thought leaders. 

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Interesting IoT Statistics and How it Applies to E-Discovery

Our daily lives are constantly evolving, and the Internet of Things (IoT) plays a massive role in that. Devices that were once standalone products such as the thermostat, vehicle sensors, medical implants, alarm systems, and garage doors can now all be networked to the internet. So, what exactly is the IoT?

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Realizing eDiscovery ROI With the Help of Technology, Workflows, and Project Management

In modern litigation, corporations and law firms need a technological advantage to manage and maneuver through all types of documents, both electronically stored information (ESI) and paper-based materials. Even with state-of-the art technology, workflow, project management, documentation, and information management procedures, the success of a project is dependent on a myriad of factors.  

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20 Commonly Used eDiscovery Processing Terms Explained

When it comes to data processing and eDiscovery workflows there are various buzzwords and terms that are commonly tossed around in normal conversion. For those unfamiliar with the data handling and processing workflows, these can often be confusing. To aid in that, here are 20 common terms that are used by eDiscovery professionals that relate to the processing stage of the EDRM and overall electronic discovery process.

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The Benefits of Corporate Managed Legal Services

There are many benefits to choosing a managed services provider, especially when managing high-volume and complex discovery projects. With managed service projects, the primary goal is long-term cost control via data management, frequent use of data repositories and documented repeatable workflows. 

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Considerations During the Identification Stage of the EDRM

During the Identification Stage, the goal is to create and deploy a plan to identify, preserve, authenticate, and collect relevant ESI. Through identifying and defining preferred data sources that potentially hold relevant information, outlining defensible protocols to preserve and collect both structured and unstructured data, and establishing the context that this information is being used, legal teams can create a data map to aid in defining the scope of the case.

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