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3 Workflows to Enhance Your Document Review Process
Whether it's your first eDiscovery matter or your 100th case, just one error may mean the difference between being under or being grossly over budget. Small items can have an inordinately large impact on case costs. Deadlines looming, it can be tempting to promptly move from one step to...
Control Litigation Costs by Making the Most of Your Internal Capabilities
Welcome to the 21st century: the age of exponentially increasing data volumes, both national and international data managed by global corporations, reluctance to delete, and reaction to litigation, government investigations, and internal audits. All of this, and more, results in ever increasing eDiscovery budgets, with specific emphasis on document review....
5 Ways to Reduce eDiscovery Costs Before and During Litigation
There is little debate that eDiscovery can be a daunting and expensive endeavor. Even small matters can involve scouring through terabytes of data. For some companies, litigation is one of the many costs of doing business. That cost, and specifically eDiscovery costs can be one area companies look to...
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...
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...
How Data Repurposing Can Lower the Cost of Discovery
Welcome to the 21st Century: the age of exponentially increasing data volumes, both national and international data managed by global corporations, reluctance to delete, and reaction to litigation, government investigations, and internal audits. All this, and more, resulting in ever increasing eDiscovery budgets. So, what can we do to...
Legal Hold Triggers: When Should You Document Your Reasonable Anticipation of Litigation?
When our corporate clients ask us to help with litigation response planning or legal hold protocols, one of the questions we ask is whether for any particular dispute they document their expectation of litigation. Here are some typical responses: "There is not always consensus that we have a reasonable expectation...
5 New Year's Resolutions from an Experienced eDiscovery Team
With each New Year comes a plethora of new gym memberships, healthy eating, better budgeting and countless other goals that individuals set for the upcoming 365 days. Setting either personal or professional resolutions should take in account the previous year, to help identify areas that need progress. The concept of...
Creating Strategic eDiscovery Workflows for Small Teams
The need to create and implement time and cost effective discovery-related workflows is not limited to just large firms, or for large discovery projects. Too many times, small to mid-size firms fall into the trap of thinking that defined and documented workflows are not necessary because the data sizes...
Where Lawyers Can’t Practice
Practicing law means something totally different to International law firms in China. What is the attraction for US law firms in China? What can (and, perhaps more significantly, can’t) foreign lawyers do with China law and practice? Have all firms successfully made the adjustment? Who is...
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Posted November 16, 2017
5 Workflow Tips for Conducting a Foreign Language Review
Posted November 10, 2017
What You Need to Know About Managed Review and the eDiscovery Process
Posted November 02, 2017
7 Steps to Help You Defensibly Migrate eDiscovery Data
Posted October 27, 2017
CLE Webinar with Lewis Brisbois: How to Do Social Media Collection and Presentation Right
Posted October 26, 2017
Despite Clawback, Defendant’s Reckless Abandon of Rule 502 Bites Back
Posted October 20, 2017
How to Use the eDiscovery PST Export Tool in Office 365 E3
Posted October 12, 2017
Recent eDiscovery Cases for Mobile Phones and Social Media
Posted October 05, 2017
Raising Objections to the Format of ESI Productions: Do it Early and Do it Clearly
Posted September 27, 2017
5 Reasons eDiscovery Alternative Fee Models Make Sense for You
Posted September 22, 2017
Why it's Crucial to Have a Corporate Mobile Device Policy