Responding to your discovery obligations is all about effectively and efficiently culling your data to separate the wheat (non-duplicative and non-privileged documents that are responsive to a discovery request) from the chaff (everything else). Earlier culling...
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Data mapping enables organizations to prepare for the demands of ediscovery data management by locating and characterizing the types of ESI they use.
With in-house ediscovery, you’re faced with a choice: should your organization adopt on-premise or cloud-based ediscovery software? We break down the pros and cons of each, including costs, security, scalability, availability, and speed to implementation.
What happens in the collection phase of ediscovery and what can go wrong? From metadata concerns to targeted collections, we’ve got your answers.
Ediscovery software should be about driving efficiency, not adding complexity.
Optical character recognition (OCR) identifies letters and numbers in image- or paper-based discovery, converting it to searchable electronic text.
The more data you have, the higher your ediscovery costs. Therefore, the first step to driving down the cost of ediscovery is simply reducing the amount of data you have to manage. Data reduction requires consideration of the entire lifecycle of data, beginning with a plan for...
Guest Author: Caroline Delbert Today is the dawn of a new day in the world of legal documentation. Instead of rooms full of dusty books, more and more legal proceedings are being digitized using scanners with optical character recognition (OCR) software. That means legal professionals suddenly have mountains of data just waiting to be analyzed, […]