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Early Planning of eDiscovery Data Gathering – Technology Improves Efficiency and Case Knowledge

  Technology is just another tool to be used by lawyers.  But it is an extremely important and valuable tool when joined with People and Processes to form a cohesive strategy.  People, Processes and Technology are all equal players in eDiscovery.  Like all other tools however, technology must be deployed in a timely manner and […]

What Makes a “Successful” Meet and Confer– Rule 26(f)

    Everyone involved in discovery has read the FRCP at least once, but the question is how much of the detail has driven decisions that get made every day by litigators? Rule 26(f) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure requires attorneys to participate in a conference to discuss, among other things, a discovery […]

What is Needed to Make eDiscovery Work in Your Favor? Skills and Principles to Consider

As a non-attorney in a field dominated by lawyers, I have had to work extra hard to have a voice in the legal industry.  An early focus on discovery rules and principles that was then adapted to the “new” field of eDiscovery has provided me with a level of expertise that allows me to speak […]

The Multiple Roles of Early Data Assessment and Why Lawyers Can’t Afford to Ignore It Anymore

Early Data Assessment (sometimes confused with Early Case Assessment) used to be viewed by many in the litigation world as a luxury that could only be implemented by those involved in large corporate cases with huge litigation budgets.  It was expensive to implement, complicated to understand and didn’t appear to be “required” by any court […]