Legal holds represent the primary way that most organizations initiate data preservation and are the first step in the overall ediscovery process. This guide offers actionable tools and tips to help you defensibly preserve data every time.
Data security is an important component to any business, but it's especially vital to ediscovery. Learn about potential security risks, how to develop security audits that address those risks, and recommendations for evaluating your vendors in this guide.
Analyzing your ediscovery data is an effective tool to save money and create continuous opportunities for litigation response improvement. Here are a few best practices to establish or update your legal department metrics from set-up and implementation through analysis.
When preparing for potential litigation, have you considered what happens if your opponent asserts that you’ve lost, destroyed, or withheld evidence? Avoid the stress and respond with confidence by creating a defensible and efficient legal hold and data preservation process.
There is no “one size fits all” ediscovery team, but as corporate legal evolves, there are critical factors that can help any team achieve success. The teams of the future will be multifaceted, integrating different considerations, roles, and technologies into the mix.
Information governance is the key to maximize your data’s value while minimizing the costs and risks of keeping it, from creation through use and storage to eventual deletion. Here are 5 key components of managing your discovable data.
Matter resolution is the most overlooked stage in ediscovery, but inadequate case closure creates risks — and increases the costs — through the retention of unnecessary data. Here are 5 actionable steps you should complete after the case ends.
Conducting internal investigations got you on edge? Here are five step-by-step best practices for in-house legal and HR teams to help you quickly trigger a thorough and defensible investigation, and build a strategy to manage the resulting relevant data.
You can't predict the future of a legal matter, but you can use early case assessment (ECA) to gain a clearer understanding. Leave the crystal ball at home and instead download our nine best practices for early case assessment.