The EDRM is both a framework for approaching the ediscovery process, from preservation to presentation, and a community of ediscovery thought leaders.
Data mapping enables organizations to prepare for the demands of ediscovery data management by locating and characterizing the types of ESI they use.
What happens in the collection phase of ediscovery and what can go wrong? From metadata concerns to targeted collections, we’ve got your answers.
Optical character recognition (OCR) identifies letters and numbers in image- or paper-based discovery, converting it to searchable electronic text.
We define preservation, covering what, why, and when parties must preserve ESI for discovery — and the sanctions for spoliation if they don’t.
Just what is electronically stored information or ESI? And what do you need to do with it when it comes to corporate e-discovery?