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  • The Stressed, Insane, Relentless and Unforgiving World of Second Requests – Part 3

    Perspectives from eDiscovery Industry Insiders - Part 3 of Our 4 Part Series, RELENTLESS Following is Part 3 of the four-part blog series from senior team members who have extensive experience with Second Requests Find out more about their experience with the stressed, insane, relentless and...

  • The Stressed, Insane, Relentless and Unforgiving World of Second Requests – Part 2

    Perspectives from eDiscovery Industry Insiders - Part 2 of Our 4 Part Series, INSANE This is Part 2 of our four-part blog series, which includes unique perspectives from four of our most senior team members, who all have Second Request experience with the stressed, insane, relentless and...

  • The Stressed, Insane, Relentless and Unforgiving World of Second Requests – Part 1

    Perspectives from eDiscovery Industry Insiders - Part 1 of Our 4 Part Series, STRESSED Second Requests have two things in common: a seemingly unlimited number of documents and an exceptionally limited amount of time  In this four-part blog series, four of our most senior team members, all with...

  • Jump Start your Review with Conceptual Search

    Every review project starts with a review memo You’ve no doubt spent hours drafting the review memo and relaying its contents to the document reviewers Stopping here, however, is a disservice to your drafting efforts; the review memo’s full potential is still untapped Conceptual search tools...

  • The Internet of Things and eDiscovery

    IoT is the latest factor to exponentially increase the data we are faced with in eDiscovery  For many years, of course, we were merely concerned with the remarkably large data volumes and locations, as well as the number of adverse and related parties involved Gaining access to all relevant data...

  • Difficult Devices: Mobile Edition

    As a follow-on to some of my shorter blog posts on both difficult devices and difficult data, we now move to mobile devices and the challenges they present  I wrote an article about the difficulties that mobile chats pose to investigations, and a white paper about investigative techniques, mobile...

  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Announces Proposed ESI Checklist

    In a recent post, “The Biggest eDiscovery Rule Change You Haven’t Heard About,” I wrote about eDiscovery pilot projects in two Federal courts designed to reduce the time for discovery  Now, Chris Dix, an attorney and ACEDS stalwart at Smith Hulsey & Busey in Jacksonville, has alerted us...

  • The ABA Starts to Get Serious About Technology Education — Sort Of

    One of the first actions by new ABA President Hilarie Bass was to create the ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Education With legal education redesign as one of her key priorities, Bass said in an August 16th press release announcing the commission’s creation that “The ABA is in a unique...

  • Early Data Assessment – Finding What Matters, When it Matters Most An Insider’s Perspective

    It usually starts with a ‘trigger’ – a complaint, civil investigative demand (CID), subpoena, or a disgruntled employee storming out of the building  Practitioners sit in a room and discuss how to respond and what steps to take If they’re lucky, they’ve implemented some type of...

  • EDRM Focuses on Establishing Guidelines for the Use of TAR

    The Duke Law Center EDRM project held a recent conference focused on establishing guidelines for the use of TAR by the federal judiciary, as well as both the plaintiff and defense bars The Legaltech News conference summary, EDRM Tackles TAR in Developing New E-Discovery Guidelines, noted the...

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