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Just about every firm today is looking to increase efficiency and productivity. Yet many organizations aren’t sure where to begin.
Electronic discovery, or eDiscovery, is the process of obtaining and exchanging electronically stored information in a civil lawsuit or dispute. ESI can include emails, attachments, and digitally stor
The eDiscovery industry is ever-evolving to meet the demands of clients and the changing legal landscape. But it’s not always easy for eDiscovery vendors to navigate obstacles in order to meet these d
Most companies today have policies in place governing how and when employees should destroy sensitive information.
During a legal proceeding, a lot of factors are outside your control. That being the case, it’s important to exert control over as many things as you can.
Legal teams often run into unanticipated problems during eDiscovery after they go through the initial data collection stage. At this point, it’s necessary to sort through the information, understand w
Litigation searches in the context of electronic discovery refer to researching recorded matters that involve the opposing party. Searching for other legal actions involving a party may uncover benefi
Failure to properly conduct electronic discovery can expose a party to a range of penalties. One penalty relates to the spoliation of evidence, which can result in an adverse inference against that pa
eDiscovery teams today face rising pressure to lower costs and improve productivity. As a result, organizations are increasingly moving away from proprietary platforms in favor of efficient and afford
Over the last decade-plus, data creation and usage have skyrocketed. Today, companies across all industries are accelerating digitalization and producing massive volumes of information. This trend doe
Since its inception in 2005, eDiscovery has taken on many forms—evolving with us to keep up with the colossal data demands of today. Even so, many law firms, corporations, service providers, and gover
From a legal perspective, email is one of the riskiest forms of communication for a company due to the vast amount of messages that employees send and receive every day.
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