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How to Use Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery to Prioritize Your Review
While my last blog focused specifically on features within Office 365 Enterprise E5 , the biggest differentiator between E3 and E5 is the advanced eDiscovery component. Advanced eDiscovery within Office 365 E5 builds on the existing set of eDiscovery capabilities but provides a more efficient and streamlined process to give you more...
American Bar Association Section of International Law | 2017 Spring Meeting in Washington DC
Wednesday, April 26th 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM American Bar Association Section of International Law , 2017 Spring Meeting in Washington DC "International Dispute Resolution: What Does The Evidence Say?" Chuck Kellner, senior vice president and senior consultant at D4, will give a presentation that addresses issues surrounding how discovery and ev...
Office 365 Enterprise E5: 6 Features That Could Benefit Your Business
Microsoft has made, and continues to make, billion dollar strides in artificial intelligence, automation, advanced security, threat protection, eDiscovery and advanced analytics . How can Microsoft solve your business, eDiscovery and advanced analytics challenges through their E5 enhancements? You can efficiently leverage Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery, with other discovery...
Data Reuse in eDiscovery: 4 Questions to Help Start Your Policy
The subject of reusing data by organizations that are involved in serial litigation is a popular topic of discussion, and often is seen as ideal, if not often practiced. It is more of a necessity these days because organizations are doubling their data footprint annually, resulting in billions being...
ESI Data Mapping Basics for eDiscovery
What is data mapping? A data map is a comprehensive and defensible inventory of a corporation’s IT systems that store information, which may be relevant to litigation and other proceedings. Creating your data map is only one small step you should take when defensibly preparing fo...
China’s Cybersecurity Law: Objectives, Compliance and Business Recommendations
It all started with Edward Snowden in June 2013 when he revealed to the world that governments (including US and China) were actively collecting information on its citizens. That wake-up call spawned the global cyber awareness that prompted the EU Cybersecurity Strategy in 2013, followed by Japan and the...
What will the future bring for the legal industry? | Q&A
What’s the future of the legal industry look like? Every iteration includes some combination of a legal staffing and eDiscovery solution. More and more, organizations are finding that an end-to-end solution is critical for filling gaps in their business. So, when Special Counsel acquired D4 at the en...
Beginner’s Guide to Litigation Response Planning and Execution
Regardless of your organization’s size, having some litigation capability in-house can make financial and operational sense – and that includes defining a litigation response plan. Through its creation, you’ll help to mitigate the risk of increased case costs, lost time, and lost data. Our Guide to Litigation Response Planning gives...
7 Best Practices for a Defensible Legal Hold Process
Legal holds may be issued in a wide variety of circumstances including actual, imminent, or anticipated government investigations . Obvious situations arise when notice is received, when a government agency files notice, restatement of public companies earnings or when similar circumstances within the corporation or business have previously led to legal...
BYOD Privacy: 6 Considerations to Protect Your Business
We live in a world where corporations are working harder than ever to balance legal and regulatory obligations with business efficiency. This continued expansion of electronic data, partnered with the blurred lines between business and personal information, is straining already stretched legal departments. All of this leads ...
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