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Courts have interpreted nonverbal and non-textual communications for a long time, but interpreting those communications these days has become a bigger challenge. Things like emojis and memes can communicate one meaning to one set of individuals, and mean something entirely different to those attempting to interpret that communication. Therefore, courts today have greater difficulty understanding the true meaning of some communications.Get The Guide
The first quarter of 2020 created a seismic wave of change as the COVID-19 Coronavirus swept the globe and a worldwide pandemic was declared. E-discovery needed to adapt. Courts went virtual and service providers moved entire operations online.
Exterro teamed up with ACEDS to identify and explore the impact of the COVID-19 Coronavirus on the e-discovery industry.
Organisztions can achieve substantial benefits from performing even part of the e-discovery process in-house. They can reduce their external legal spend by relying on in-house teams to preserve, collect, and potentially even review electronically stored information (ESI). They gain transparency and predictability, including the ability to schedule and budget more accurately. And finally, they can reduce risk by ensuring that reasonable, defensible measures are taken promptly in response to potential litigation.Watch Now
In this presentation, expert investigation, eDiscovery, and M&A panelists will present updates and considerations for managing Second Request responses to include tactics, techniques, and lessons learned.Watch Now
Second Requests are discovery procedures that consist of formal requests for additional information and documentation and generally follow the framework of the Model Request for Additional Documentary Material (Second Request) as published by the FTC Premerger Notification Office. (2) While leveraging many of the technologies, techniques, and tactics used in traditional eDiscovery activities supporting audits, investigations, and litigation, Second Request discovery is different in the fact that it typically has unique characteristics that need to be considered in each case.Learn More
Taken from the annual Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Report recently released by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ), the numbers represented in the following charts highlight metrics that may be useful for law firms, legal departments, and legal services providers seeking to understand the annual pulse rate of Hart-Scott-Rodino Act mandated merger transaction reviews and Second Requests.Read Now
The 2020 Global Advanced eDiscovery Institute will be taking place virtually on November 12-13, 2020. In a time of great uncertainty, turn to your trusted source for all things eDiscovery and privacy: the 2020 Global Advanced eDiscovery Institute. This year's virtual Institute offers even more CLE credit than ever before. Your questions are answered during live Q&A sessions, and all sessions will be accessible to you for 60 days after the initial airing. Attend the 2020 Institute to learn from the leading global experts in eDiscovery, Big Data, and privacy. Network with colleagues and connect with sponsors who will be showcasing the latest eDiscovery services and products.
**For a limited time only, use the following unique discount code during your registration to receive an additional $100 off "EDISCDAY"
Litigation is complex, dynamic, and unpredictable. A good checklist is designed to be your guide in forming a consistent, repeatable process. From the moment litigation becomes imminent until a settlement or judgment, practitioners cannot afford to miss anything. Because of the high stakes of litigation, it is crucial to meet the necessary requirements to the court and zealously represent your client while managing time, budget, and risk. This manifesto will serve as a complete e-discovery checklist covering the legal discovery process.Download
Certification is one of the best ways to distinguish yourself in a competitive job market, which is why have created an overview of every single certification available in the world of eDiscovery. Find the certificate that fits your specialty, and compare pricing, prerequisites, and course setup!Learn More
As the volume and range of data formats expand and organizations adopt new communication channels, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for legal teams to address ediscovery requests promptly. This practical guide looks at how email archiving software can help streamline your eDiscovery efforts and reduce legal costs, all while navigating the increasingly complex regulatory landscape and keeping your organization fully compliant.Download
In-house legal departments and law firms often have a steady flow of small-scale matters, including, but not limited to, subpoenas, employment disputes (e.g., harassment claims, wrongful termination, arbitrations, and policy violations), internal investigations and compliance audits, data privacy inquiries (e.g., Data Subject Access Rights (DSAR) requests) and California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) inquiries), arbitrations and small litigation (e.g., contract disputes and intellectual property disputes). While individually minor, these recurring legal matters en masse place a continued drain on the legal team’s limited technical support resources that could better be deployed to support larger, more complex eDiscovery matters – such as large-scale litigation, cross-border fraud and investigations, class action suits and the like. This whitepaper explores further why now is the time for legal teams to invest in self-service eDiscovery for smaller matters.Download
Depending on who you ask, eDiscovery is an art, a science, or an art AND a science… we lean towards the latter. And if you really want to get into it, we like to think of eDiscovery as a sonnet - poetry made all the more beautiful by the standardization of the structure.Read Now
There are many excellent resources for considering chronological and historiographical approaches to framing the eDiscovery market. This updated approach to framing eDiscovery market growth has been developed around six eras of eDiscovery and is only one of many ways to reflect on market growth over time. It is highlighted to serve as a potential starting point and a stimulus point for thoughtful research, descriptions, and discussions around this established segment of the legal technology market.Read Now
While the Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) for worldwide eDiscovery software and services slows, the overall size of the market continues to grow with estimates for the overall market to exceed $15.12B in 2025. This year’s annual eDiscovery Market Size Mashup estimates the combined worldwide eDiscovery software and services market spend in 2020 to be approximately $10.89, growing at a CAGR of approximately 6.79% to $15.12B by 2025.Read Now
Last week, Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad of EDRM gave me a tour of Event Farm’s The Echo virtual reality environment for meetings, conferences and other gatherings. EDRM plans to use The Echo for several events over the next year, including their first Expo during E-Discovery Day (powered by Exterro) on December 3rd. It’s an “Expo at The Echo”!Read Now
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a fly on the wall during a conversation between an eDiscovery Recruiter and an eDiscovery Trainer? Now is your chance! Join David A. Netzer of Legal Tech Talent Network as he interviews Erika Santiago of Learn About eDiscovery. Together they will discuss practical ideas for legal professionals to gain experience that will help them land eDiscovery jobs.Watch Now
Also known as the Rule 26(f) conference, the meet-and-confer requires opposing parties to cooperatively develop a proposed discovery plan, including a means to limit the scope of discovery and reduce costs. In recent years, technologists have played an increasingly crucial role in the meet-and-confer process. This article demonstrates how Relativity Elusion Tests are used to validate (or invalidate) a population reduction workflow or combination of workflows with a +/- 5 percent margin of error.Read the Article
A comprehensive, repeatable legal hold process is critical for e-discovery defensibility. For this reason, many organizations have wisely moved away from emails and spreadsheets in recent years to more specialized legal hold software products. However, not all legal hold software solutions are created equal. In fact, many products on the market are little more than glorified email systems with few advanced capabilities. Designed for experienced practitioners who are actively involved in managing the legal hold process, this E-Book details ten advanced capabilities that separate true enterprise-class legal hold software solutions from rudimentary legal hold products that aren't capable of delivering a truly defensible process.Get The Guide
Think about how you’ve communicated with your workplace peers for the last several months: unless you already worked for a fully remote employer, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve expanded the usage (and potentially the number) of workplace tools that allow you to collaborate with other team members. But they present new data discovery challenges, showcasing the need for an in-house legal strategy for these sources.Get The Guide
Given the rapid changes in the review services environment during 2020, many organizations that have not previously employed remote reviews as part of their eDiscovery arsenal are now actively and aggressively evaluating secure remote review services. As not all secure remote review offerings and providers are equal, the following qualifying questions and considerations may be helpful for law firms and corporations in their evaluation of remote review services.Read Now
Chris Dale has interviewed Kelly Atherton, Director of Analytics and Managed Review at NightOwl Global, several times over the years, mainly about the use of Relativity’s analytics tools. She speaks with the authority of one who uses these tools every day, and the interviews act as a record of the development of technology-assisted review.Watch Now
In this presentation, expert eDiscovery technologists and authorities will share information, insight, and proven best practices for planning and supporting time-sensitive pharmaceutical collections and reviews so Hatch-Waxman requirements are your ally and not your adversary on the road to legal and business success.Watch Now
Processing the increasing number of FOIA and Public Records Requests is putting a strain on state, local municipalities, and large government agencies alike. Leveraging the right processes and technologies to meet these strict deadlines has never been more critical, and Ipro has your back.Download
E-Discovery Day is one of the largest nationwide gatherings of legal professionals. It’s a day that allows us to celebrate the increasingly important role we play as attorneys, litigators, e-discovery specialists, paralegals and in-house counsel in the Legal GRC space.