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Taking a Team Approach to eDiscovery Projects
Over the past several years, law firms have been focused on understanding how the application of Legal Project Management can be applied to the eDiscovery process . The value that firms a when looking to apply these proven principals for project management are: Delivering greater value to clients Increasing profitability...
3 Document Review Tips from eDiscovery Project Management Experts
Special Counsel review project managers are famous for their bag of tricks—the knowledge, tweaks, anecdotes, and experience they’ve amassed as a team from the thousands of managed reviews our national project manager (PM) Team have run for clients, both large and small. Clients come to them daily wi...
China’s VPN Crackdown Weighs on Foreign Companies There
This blog was originally published in the Wall Street Journal by Liza Linin and Josh Chin. The full article features Tom Groom, Managing Director of D4's Shanghai office. China’s moves to tighten the screws on its already heavily gated internet stands to significantly raise the co...
A Simple Approach to Managing Healthcare Data and eDiscovery
As of 2014, the US spent 17.1% and the UK spent 9.1% of gross domestic product on healthcare-related expenditures . Healthcare in the U.S. is also one of the most heavily regulated segments and the industry represents one of the most numerous parties segments in all of litigation. While, malpractice claims...
Why New Healthcare Technology Needs to Keep eDiscovery in Mind
For Healthcare Service Providers, new technologies to capture healthcare data can also create eDiscovery challenges . Previously healthcare records were kept in paper. But as a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, all public and private healthcare providers were mandated to adopt the use of electronic medical records...
eDiscovery Challenges in the Healthcare Industry
Healthcare providers regularly face an onslaught of eDiscovery requests from cases of all types. The sheer size, importance, and globalization of the healthcare industry makes it imperative to study how healthcare ESI may best be approached. Many forms of healthcare data are proprietary or unique to the sector. They pose...
Webinar Q&A Featuring Panelists from Office 365 and X1
During the webinar, How to Use Office 365 and X1 Discovery to Achieve Your Team's eDiscovery Goals , the audience asked a lot of great questions. Panelists Rachi Messing (Microsoft), John Patzakis (X1 Discovery), moderator Rafe Stanley (D4) managed to weave in quite a few pre-registration questions into the content of the...
PREX17 | 6th Annual Conference on Preservation Excellence
September 12-14 Portland Art Museum | Portland, OR D4 is excited to sponsoring PREX17 this year, hosted by our partners at Zapproved! Kris Wasserman, Vice President and Sr. Consultant at D4, will also be moderating a panel at the conference on Wednesday, September 13...
ILTACON 2017 | D4 Booth #238 and Executive Roundtables
August 13 - 17 D4 will be sponsoring and attending ILTACON 2017 with our partners at Special Counsel in Booth #238! During the conference, we've decided to hold roundtable sessions on August 16th to help you break up your schedule with a complimentary meal and informative discussion. Choose one (or both) of...
Far East Review: Experts Weigh In on China & Japan's Growing eDiscovery Markets
This article was originally published on Legaltech News. eDiscovery use in China and Japan is growing exponentially, spurred by the demand from data privacy regulations and investigations, and the use of tools like predictive coding. Both the world's biggest economies after the United States, China and Japan have not...
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