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D4 Answers Tighter Data Protection Regulations with Expansion into ChinaPosted February 09, 2016
Having recently announced their expansion to Hong Kong and Shanghai, LegalTech news interviews D4 about the decision to deliver localized strategies to global clients.
LegalTech 2016: With Great Technology Capabilities Comes Great RiskPosted February 04, 2016
This LegalTech 2016 update discusses increased privacy and data security risks due to advancement and use of technology in our personal and professional lives.There is a perennial rejuvenation of themes at New York Legal Tech. Predictive coding stole the show in 2014. Information Governance was the new black in 2015. These themes and the issues and drivers surrounding them are still fresh in our minds, and we and our clients continue to pursue the advanced technologies and processes to make our work...
Big Data Analytics in the Courtroom?Posted February 02, 2016
This blog recaps the LegalTech keynote presentation and the opinions of trial judges on the importance of the use of analytics technology in the courtroom. New York LegalTech 2016 opened with a panel of federal judges talking about uses of technology in the courtroom. While most of the litigation technology chatter we see in the CLE seminars, blogs, and journals has to do with eDiscovery, this one focused on the end game – the trial. Judges Elizabeth Laporte, James Francis, Andrew Peck, an...
D4 Expands Global Offerings with New Offices in ChinaPosted February 02, 2016
The International eDiscovery Services Provider says expansion is fueled by continued growth and existing Corporate and AMLAW 200 client demand . ROCHESTER, NY- February 2nd, 2016- D4, LLC, a leader in eDiscovery managed services, information governance, computer forensics and deposition solutions, announced today the expansion of their global services offering with the opening of locations in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China. “We are driven by client demand. Our growing corporate and law firm customer base wanted D4’s unique range and quality of s...
Is Facebook a Protected Class of Evidence?Posted January 29, 2016
This article was originally published on "The Daily Record". This blog debates privacy and the importance of proving relevant evidence exists when requesting information from Facebook and other social media accounts. Discovery is not a game of “Go Fish”. To some extent it’s like playing an open hand of poker or maybe, Texas Hold’em. There is openness to the process. After a proper request, you show me your evidence and I will show you mine. However, in today’s digital...
5 Steps That Will Rejuvenate Your Document Review ProcessPosted January 22, 2016
This blog was co-authored by Chad Jones and Chuck Kellner.This post explains five steps that will prevent excess review costs, improve overall efficiency, and maintain defensible protocols for a repeatable process. “Hurry up and load the data. The contract attorneys are coming!” Have you heard this before? Maybe you’re the one who said it.Maybe it was your outside counsel. How often have you dived headlong into a review with no more plan than “First, we’ll review it. Then w...
"Rejuvenate Your Review" Relativity Tips & Tricks Roundtable @ LegalTech New York 2016Posted January 21, 2016
You’re invited to join D4’s Discovery Engineering team at LegalTech New York for a roundtable discussion called Rejuvenate Your Review! The roundtable discussions will be led by Chad Jones, Director of the Litigation Support Analyst Group, and Chuck Kellner, Senior Consultant and Manager of the Discovery Engineer Group. Chad and Chuck will demonstrate some tricks of the trade they have learned over the years - tips that you can use on your own reviews. They will also showcase D4 c...
D4 Announces New Alliance With Microsoft to Offer Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery and Information Governance SolutionsPosted January 21, 2016
The International Managed Data and Discovery Services Provider has many years of experience and expertise in the former Equivio solution, now part of Microsoft Office 365 . ROCHESTER, NY- January 21, 2016- D4, LLC, a leader in eDiscovery managed services, information governance, computer forensics and deposition solutions, announced today that the company has become part of the Microsoft eDiscovery Partner alliance to offer solutions surrounding the Microsoft Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery product. D4 brings a deep subject-matter expertise in the areas of Information Governance...
Guide to Using Analytics Technology During DiscoveryPosted January 15, 2016
This guide defines the different analytics tools available and explains which types of cases would be best suited for the application of each technology.This post was originally published in January of 2015 in an effort to bring clarity to the options legal teams have when choosing analytics technology and has been updated to reflect both feature advancements and changes to the way the industry is applying analytics. Although analytics is more widely used in the legal industry, there is still...
CAL, TAR and a dash of ESI: Predictive Analytics Acronyms You Need to KnowPosted January 13, 2016
This post defines common eDiscovery acronyms as well as providing best practices for predictive analytics and SPL, SAL and CAL methods. You might not have ever considered eDiscovery and cooking as something that goes together but they follow similar processes. For eDiscovery, it is critical to follow written protocols for collection, processing, review and production in order to deliver consistent, defensible results. In cooking one follows their favorite recipes to deliver consistent yumminess for their guest (assuming one correctly follows...