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In today’s ultra-connected, data-driven world, information governance is increasingly important. And it gets more important each day, with companies pulling in massive volumes of data on a daily basis
Preparing for court is a bit like planning a meal. Before you can cook, you need to track down the right ingredients.
Live chat has become the leading form of communication for corporate employees and online customers, but making sense of all that data can be overwhelming. With the volume of live chat expected to gro
Over the last decade, the way that legal teams handle the pretrial discovery process has changed tremendously. Legal teams now need to factor in electronically stored information (ESI), which includes
US district courts need to remain consistent with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, a framework promoted by the US Supreme Court. These rules, which operate in conjunction with the Rules Enabling
The global eDiscovery services market is booming as law firms and legal departments across the world are investing in technologies to streamline eDiscovery management and reduce costs.
Following the 2006 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), litigation changed dramatically. The amendments reclassified legal discovery to include electronically stored information
eDiscovery is the process of collecting, managing, and preparing electronically stored information (ESI) for use in court. Law firms and legal teams are facing a rising challenge with eDiscovery becau
More and more data is coming into existence every day. While this increase in data presents a number of great opportunities, it also creates a new set of challenges across all sectors of the economy,
When preparing for trial, a party may ask the other party to produce evidence or allow a physical inspection. These are both routine requests. As such, it’s important to know how to respond or object
During the pretrial phase of any court case, both parties have a legal right to request and inspect the other side’s documents. This is a standard procedure and something that legal professionals shou
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