The Importance of Federal Rule of Evidence 502
There is a buzz throughout the industry as to whether or not Rule 502 orders and agreements should be standard. Some believe Rule 502 has the potential to do away with privilege logs in civil matters. Before we tackle the question of ‘do we need privilege logs anymore,’ we need to take a cl...
Contracting Away Discovery Obligations: Is it Possible? Is it Advisable?
This whitepaper will take a closer look at the pros and cons of using contractual agreements to limit certain aspects of eDiscovery. The most direct way to achieve predictability and, as a by-product, manage costs, would be to limit discovery, and specifically, eDiscovery. But is this allowed by court...
Legal Hold and Data Preservation Best Practices
A Legal Hold Pro™ Signature Paper This guide on “best practices” continues the goal of helping lead legal professionals on the path to excellence in legal holds and data preservation. Many organizations are working to instill sound data preservation processes and creating awareness internally among various groups of the importance of mee...
Technology Assisted Review - What Does TAR Really Mean?
Technology Assisted Review (TAR) is an umbrella category that covers many advanced technologies and the generic nature of the term has proven to be somewhat confusing throughout our industry. There are many different TAR approaches but they all share the same goal: to help legal teams separate datasets by relevancy...
Adopting an Enterprise-Wide Cloud Solution: 5 Things to Consider
The cloud is a key component in bringing us closer to that long-rumored utopia, the paperless office. Cloud platforms by and large offer document access from any internet connection on almost any device, leading to the rampant increase in cloud storage providers. With this explosion, business organizations seeking to store...
Predictive Analytics FAQs (a.k.a. Predictive Coding/Technology Assisted Review)
This content was last updated on March 19, 2015. The eDiscovery industry is saturated with new whitepapers, blog posts, and webinars regarding Technology Assisted Review and Predictive Coding, which, at times, can be more confusing than helpful. These Q&As will help clarify some of the confusion resulting from the immense a...
Metadata and eDiscovery: Metadata, Metadata, it's Everywhere!
Metadata! That term is used a lot in the eDiscovery world and many people use it but are unsure of its meaning. So what is metadata? This whitepaper defines and explains how handling metadata correctly - or incorrectly - during discovery, can have a major effect on the outcome of...
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