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What Is Scope?
Scope is the extent of discovery that the parties agree to provide in a case, determined both by FRCP 26(b)(1) and the individual case’s parameters.
What Is Bates Numbering?
Bates numbering assigns a unique sequential identifier — numeric or alphanumeric — to every page or file in a discovery production for easy reference.
What Is Forensically Sound Data Collection?
Collection supports the earlier stage of preservation, as collected data is available for later stages of discovery and will not be inadvertently deleted or modified.
What Is Technology-Assisted Review or TAR?
Technology-assisted review (TAR), also known as computer-assisted review (CAR), uses artificial intelligence (AI) to expedite and simplify ediscovery.
What Is an Internal Investigation?
Internal investigations can be a fast, discreet, thorough way to analyze the inner workings of an organization, detecting misconduct and more.
What is ECA or Early Case Assessment?
Learn how early case assessment (ECA) can help control risks and costs and inform decisions in ediscovery, compliance, and internal investigations.
What is a litigation readiness plan?
Learn what litigation readiness is, how it reduces spoliation risks, and how to begin using strong legal holds that ensure defensible preservation.
What is Microsoft® Office 365®?
Microsoft Office 365 now includes enhanced ediscovery functions. Learn how it can help your organization streamline ediscovery and reduce costs.
What Is the Cloud?
The cloud is a network of computers and servers that store and process data. We explain the pros and cons of the cloud for businesses.