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The Preservation-Ready Organization

The Preservation-Ready Organization

Over the last few weeks, In-House Insights has been exploring the importance of having a sound preservation plan and process in place. In developing and writing down your plan, your legal process becomes transparent, consistent, and repeatable – all fundamental elements of defensibility. But to be effective, a plan must…

Preservation Plan: Taking Action

Preservation Plan: Taking Action

Once the organization has determined the scope of the preservation obligation, it must take action to preserve the content within that scope. This typically involves notifying personnel about their need to preserve information and affording them adequate…

Defining the Scope of Preservation

Defining the Scope of Preservation

Our goal for Elevate Ediscovery remains providing practical guidance and actionable tips for in-house ediscovery professionals on an array of ediscovery topics. In Part 3 of our series on data preservation best practices, we continue our discussion…

Recognizing a Trigger Event

Recognizing a Trigger Event

Last week, we started a new series in In-House Insights to explore best practices for developing and implementing a sound preservation plan for your organization. Today, we dive into the key elements of an effective…

Why Create a Preservation Plan

Why Create a Preservation Plan

Our goal for Elevate Ediscovery is to provide practical guidance and actionable tips for in-house ediscovery professionals on an array of ediscovery topics. Today we kick off another series for In-House Insights. Over the coming weeks…

Going Beyond Litigation

Going Beyond Litigation

The essence of ediscovery is twofold: managing data and extracting useful information that can then be used to tell a story. Learning how to accomplish these goals cost-effectively requires both a mindset and a skill set that have wide potential applications…

Culling & Review

Culling & Review

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…

Targeted Collections

Targeted Collections

Traditional approaches to ediscovery have relied on broad collection, such as copying the entire contents of a mailbox or hard drive, followed by an extensive culling process to identify and extract potentially relevant electronically stored information (ESI). This approach…

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