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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…

Measuring what matters: Adopting metrics in ediscovery

Measuring what matters: Adopting metrics in ediscovery

Metrics, also known as key performance indicators or KPIs, are the key to continuous process improvement, not to mention cost savings and budget control, in ediscovery. There’s nothing mysterious about measuring and analyzing data, but most organizations haven’t...

Summary: Sedona Conference Governance Commentary

Summary: Sedona Conference Governance Commentary

Just four years after issuing its first Commentary on Information Governance, The Sedona Conference recently released a draft of its updated Second Edition for public comments. The Second Edition, which bears much in common with the prior version, was revisited to...

Ediscovery: Court Denies Arguments For Old FRCP

Ediscovery: Court Denies Arguments For Old FRCP

Cen Com, Inc. v. Numerex Corp., No. C17-0560 RSM (W.D. Wash. Apr. 11, 2018). In this breach of contract and trade secret case, the plaintiff’s arguments ignored the current Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRPC), leading the court to reject its claims that specific...

What Is the EDRM?

What Is the EDRM?

A visual framework for ediscovery processes. What is the EDRM? The Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) refers to both a framework for conceptualizing the ediscovery process and the community that maintains that model. The EDRM framework diagrams the approximate processes...

PREX 2018 Aims To Build a Better ‘Monster’

PREX 2018 Aims To Build a Better ‘Monster’

The outcome of constructing an ediscovery practice often ends up resembling Frankenstein — a combination of disparate parts that work independently but create a bit of a mess when combined. The ‘monster’ ends up being too complex and inefficient, or isn’t built to...

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