Posts Tagged ‘electronic discovery’

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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20 eDiscovery Blogs for Legal Professionals to Follow (Updated)

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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The Evolution of eDiscovery – Part 2

Fortunately, the evolution of the eDiscovery process itself has generated solutions in the form of: enriched technological innovation improving and refining identification and collection of case-related data, assessing data and sorting it by relevance, and for integration into litigation strategy. Applying the eDiscovery Method eDiscovery is by now an essential component of most business and…

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The Evolution of eDiscovery – Part 1

Recent court rulings have found that electronically stored information (ESI) has equal evidentiary weight and value as conventional paper documents.  With eDiscovery, the methods traditionally used for legal discovery are applied to digitally warehoused materials and electronic documents. The exceptional range of digital information subject to eDiscovery includes emails, Word/PDF and other documents, YouTube videos/digital…

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Four Steps to Maximizing Your Outsourced eDiscovery Dollar – Part 2

For both in-house counsel and outside counsel, external litigation support vendors can act as an extension of their own legal department, creating extra value and a competitive edge for clients. Here are the major areas where an eDiscovery provider must show they are up to par: Alternative Fee Arrangements Alternative Fee Arrangements (AFAs) are now…

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Four Steps to Maximizing Your Outsourced eDiscovery Dollar – Part 1

For both in-house counsel and outside counsel, external litigation support vendors can act as an extension of their own legal department, creating extra value and a competitive edge for clients. Much has been made of the argument as to whether to outsource eDiscovery (see Ralph Losey’s excellent article “Five Reasons to Outsource Litigation Support”, Law…

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Expert eDiscovery Development Consultant Joins TERIS a National Leader in eDiscovery, Information Governance, Computer Forensics and Relativity

TERIS a leading provider of eDiscovery Solutions and Information Governance Consulting to corporations and law firms across the US, announced the addition of Jennifer Hudson as an eDiscovery Development Consultant in the Houston, Texas office. Austin, Texas (PRWEB) May 31, 2014 John Hartman, Principal/TERIS, recently announced that Jennifer Hudson joined TERIS as an eDiscovery Development Consultant. According…

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Digital Forensics Basics – Part 2

Digital forensics is commonly used in conjunction with computer forensics to either support or refute a possible hypothesis being considered during an investigation. By using digital re-enactments and creating similar conditions through digital means, investigators can reproduce an event in great detail. They can also add variables that can help to determine time, duration and…

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Digital Forensics Basics – Part 1

Digital forensics is the technique used to uncover and restore information from electronic devices such as cell phones, laptops and computers. Even devices that have been virtually demolished can still contain viable information stored away on their hard drives and SD cards. Using a phone’s internal GPS programming, a digital forensics specialist can trace a…

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eDiscovery Processes – Part 3

Electronic Discovery for Legal Evidence   eDiscovery has validity because almost all examples of EFD are recorded permanently by digital sources and can be accessed if necessary as legal evidence.  To this extent it is true that absolute privacy in communications — personal, enterprise, social, governmental, etc. — no longer really exists, and can become…

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