In the rush to close one case and jump to other open matters, it can be easy to overlook a few final steps. But hold on! When a matter concludes, whether it’s after trial or considerably earlier, it’s the perfect time to corral any wayward data and clean up now-obsolete information, document your work product, and evaluate opportunities to streamline your litigation response the next time around.
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Internal investigations topics may be changing, but the process to defensibly manage investigations remains the same.
Is your ediscovery secure? How do you know? Finding out doesn’t have to be overwhelming, even if you’re suddenly remote. Check out our latest blog post for tips on conducting a data security audit.
Legal professionals suddenly find themselves working from home with little time to prepare for this adjustment. Combine simple strategies to maximize home internet bandwidth with cloud-based ediscovery software to maintain litigation response.
Legal holds are far more nuanced than their name might suggest. Once litigation is anticipated and you’ve issued a legal hold, there are a number of factors to take into consideration.
A webinar featuring pragmatic steps that legal counsel can take to manage global privacy, discussed industry best practices for managing requests, and dove into real world strategies to strike the right balance between ediscovery and compliance teams.
So, your company has been served with a subpoena to produce evidence. Is this your first instinct? It doesn’t have to be. With the right tools in place, you can respond to any subpoena like the cool, collected professional you are. Start by carefully reviewing the...
Modern, cloud-based ediscovery software enables corporate legal departments to bring routine document review in-house, requiring minimal training and staff resources while offering huge cost savings and security benefits. Here are five recommendations for getting started.
The 2019 report demonstrated that corporate ediscovery is hitting a transition point. As we unpacked the responses from the nearly 250 participants, we saw the emergence of three distinct types of teams handling corporate ediscovery.
Ediscovery is big business, costing organizations $40 billion a year or more. Bringing ediscovery in house is a common cost-saving measure, yet most companies are still frustrated by poorly executed processes and fluctuating, unpredictable budgets. In Analyzing the...