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Defensible Custodian Self-Collection is Possible, But it is Not Easy

    Many corporate counsels repeatedly express concern that eDiscovery identification, collection and preservation are extremely costly, time consuming and overly burdensome.  And to add to these concerns that courts continue to issue punitive sanctions for improperly executed ESI preservation. Is self collection the answer?  Given that the volume of ESI continues to expand, alternative approaches […]

What is the New EU-US Privacy Shield?

    The new EU-US Privacy Shield laws clearly do not apply to all cases involving eDiscovery in today’s litigation.  However, with growing internationalization of even moderately sized companies, it is something that every lawyer needs to know about, even if it is just enough to know when you need an expert to consult on […]

What Does Analytics Really Mean in eDiscovery and How Does it Help Lawyers Do Their Job

    Analytics is a term that has been thrown about in the legal industry for the last several years, yet I find that many attorneys aren’t really sure what it is or how it applies to their work.  Let’s start with a straight definition from Webster’s dictionary…  “of or relating to analysis, separating something […]

Using Technology to Reduce Review Costs May Soon Be a Requirement to Recover Fees

      There are lots of reasons to embrace technology during litigation and document review; accuracy, efficiency and client satisfaction rank among the top reasons.  One that must now be added to the list and is generally overlooked by lawyers is the impact that technology may have on court approved fees for work performed […]

Flexible and Customizable Document Grids Improve eDiscovery Productivity

      Most eDiscovery platforms have some version of a document display or document grid that displays your selected documents in a table, providing summary information about a document corpus.  In fact, the document display features are generally available in nearly every stage of your project. They contain the Metadata, document contents and optional […]

Customized Synonym Builder Increases Accuracy of All eDiscovery Searches

      Are Synonyms Still Relevant in Today’s Search World? Legal searches and terms can be highly specific and relevant to particular litigation matters.  According to Google, synonyms affect 70 percent of user searches across the more than 100 languages Google supports. While this ratio is not likely to be the same in an […]

Daubert Expert Motions – Best Practices Should be followed to be Successful

Intro Challenging an expert witness is not like challenging a general witness. There are complicated rules outlined under Federal Rules of Evidence 702 and 703 that govern this procedure.   The procedure for Daubert motions resulted from the 1993 Supreme Court case, Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharms., 509 U.S. 579 (U.S. 1993).  Assuming that your motion […]

Integrated Process Checklists Assure eDiscovery Best Practices

      How does a book, The Checklist Manifesto, written primarily for use in the medical profession apply to the world of eDiscovery?  Because at its basic level it is about how professionals deal with the increasing complexity of their responsibilities.  We all think that we will remember everything we need to do and […]