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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Amazon Echo & Smart Devices: Considerations In Litigation And eDiscovery

In recent years the information requests from Law Enforcement have been rising dramatically, with the majority of these requests either being subpoenas, search warrants, and court orders. There has been a colossal increase of over 500% from 2019 to 2020, and then in just the first 6 months of 2021 there has been nearly as many information requests as there was in total in 2020.

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Upcoming Innovative & Virtual eDiscovery & Legal Tech Conferences (Fall 2021)

Events and conferences can be a great resource for further developing your career, whether it be your goal is building your network, furthering your industry-specific education, or any number of other motivators. One benefit or byproduct of the shift towards more remote work across the legal industry is the increased number of online events, webinars, educational resources, and digital content being produced.

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Tips for Social Media Discovery & Data Preservation Pt.2

Social media can house a wealth of evidence, it’s no longer just for personal use but has since been wide-spread adopted for institutional use. Corporations and small businesses alike have taken to social media to reach a new level of connection with their networks regardless of the industry.

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eDiscovery Certifications – Industry & Software Specific Certifications to Further Your Career

Education is a core part of eDiscovery. The discovery process is full of nuances, ranging from the different technology used to the workflows and methodologies implemented. It’s important for legal professionals to maintain a level of familiarity with these specific workflows relating to the various stages of discovery. However, taking your knowledge in eDiscovery to…

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