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A Simple Approach to Managing Healthcare Data and eDiscoveryHere are some simple approaches to help you navigate the intersection between eDiscovery and healthcare data management for a more cost-effective process.
From One End to the Other: The True Benefits of an End-to-End eDiscovery Solution
Everyone is familiar with the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, or more commonly referred to as the EDRM, whereby the treatment of electronic data throughout the pre-litigation and litigation lifecycle is illustrated.
eDiscovery in International Dispute Resolution: What Experts Want You to KnowUnderstand the key issues discovery in international litigation and gain expert insight for managing eDiscovery in international dispute resolution.
Why New Healthcare Technology Needs to Keep eDiscovery in MindThis blog addresses how healthcare technological advancements should consider eDiscovery processes for the different and unique types of data that are created.
How the EU and China Plan to Deal with Multinational Data
Today, an employee from a London company can wirelessly send emails to customers in New York and China from a Parisian café using cloud servers located in Paris, Shanghai, New York City and London.
How to Care for and Tend to Your SQL-Based eDiscovery Review PlatformThis post discusses the maintenance of SQL-based document review platforms by explaining best practices with search indexes, highlight sets, and hard tags.
What is ESI? Terms and Concepts Every Attorney Should KnowThis post explains what ESI is and how it is stored on a hard drive and defines commonly used ESI terms, such as unallocated clusters, file slack, and bit-stream forensic image.
LegalTech 2018: What’s the Buzz?Here is a rundown of the popular topics on the LegalTech 2018 agenda, such as: cybersecurity, GDPR, and artificial intelligence.
Legal Hold Triggers: When Should You Document Your Reasonable Anticipation of Litigation?
When our corporate clients ask us to help with litigation response planning or legal hold protocols, one of the questions we ask is whether for any particular dispute they document their expectation of litigation.