E-Discovery

 
 
  • Adams_web
    Insourcing, International Due Diligence And Data-Culling

    In a Q&A, a look at trends in e-discovery and the adoption of e-discovery technologies by both in-house legal departments and law firms.

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    Can FOIA Get To Private Emails?

    What looked like a clear answer in a 2016 appeals court decision was qualified by a federal court earlier this month. The plaintiff says it may file another appeal, and what could become an increasingly important question...

    • Posted 4 days ago
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  • Lange_web
    E-Discovery Trends To Watch In 2017

    Significant amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure late in 2015, followed by a flood of judicial opinions interpreting them, are changing the practice. In this Today’s General Counsel article, Michele C.S. Lang discusses some key...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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  • E-Discovery Trends to Watch in 2017

    Courts will expect parties to cooperate. Federal Rules of Civil Procedure amendments in 2015 make it clear that increased cooperation is required in e-discovery. If parties cannot agree about scope, search terms, production formats or other issues,...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Insourcing, International Due Diligence and Data-Culling

    The movement toward more flexible technology is taking hold with both law firm and corporate clients globally. For lawyers, this means it’s important to be able to explain the full e-discovery process to a less technologically sophisticated...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Tips to Optimize Your Preservation Process

    E-discovery professionals should not use the same preservation approach for each case, but rather should follow a repeatable process that meets a reasonableness standard. Keep in mind that by asking the right questions in the identification stage,...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Structured Data Analysis in E-Discovery

    Electronically stored information can be boiled down to two types, unstructured and structured. Lawyers are most familiar with unstructured data (e.g., emails, Word documents and PowerPoint presentations). Structured data includes such things as transaction records or stock...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Deems_web
    How General Counsel Can Spur Legal Hold Success

    Getting compliance by employees when the company is subject to a hold can be a major challenge. Employees will need to be asked to alter familiar routines they may have gotten used to over many months, sometimes...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Sremack_web
    Why Emojis Matter in E-Discovery

    Emojis have become a common way for people to communicate online, and their use needs to be addressed in e-discovery...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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    Can Gov’t Officials Use Private Email To Keep Communications Secret?

    The California Supreme Court is readying a decision on whether the public has a right to texts, emails, and other communications made by government officials on their private devices. In a hearing last month, the court wrestled...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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