Work through your build vs. buy vs. on-premise decision by taking an honest assessment of your needs and answering the following questions
Timing of Rule Amendments Proves “Good Luck” for Spoliating Party as Court Vacates an Adverse Inference Order
As this case illustrates, amended rules will require courts to consider the threshold issue of intent before evaluating spoliation remedies.
An intellectual property case involving altered emails raised significant issues concerning the reach of newly amended Rule 37(e) of the FRCP.
In Cook v. Tarbert Logging, the appellate court says Washington courts rejected a general duty to preserve evidence and abused its discretion.
Brad Harris, VP of Strategy at Zapproved addresses the benefits of true-saas computing for ediscovery and the five things for look for in a true-SaaS…
Software-as-a-Service or (SaaS) is a modern business model for delivering business application software that runs in the cloud, rather than on-premise.