Congrats to KLDiscovery for the announcement that KLDiscovery expands metrics available in its Client Portal data visualization tool!
eDiscovery Rules! See what I did there? 😉 eDiscovery Today has released a new white paper titled Practical Applications of eDiscovery Rules!
In his latest post, Jim Gill of Hanzo discusses that it’s never too late to put your data collections on a diet, even post New Year’s resolution!
There are benefits and challenges of scripting for automating eDiscovery tasks and TracyAnn Eggen of LIGL discusses both in her latest post!
Change happens whether you want it to or not, so Avansic is showing you how to embrace software or technology platform change for eDiscovery!
You may think telephone call log discovery seems like a boring topic, but as ProSearch points out, call log discovery involving Microsoft Teams is totally different!
In his latest post, Jim Gill of Hanzo reminds us that HR investigations are hard, but they can be made easier by leveraging technology.
This eDiscovery Year in Review webinar will discuss emerging technologies, workflows, and developments in the eDiscovery industry!
There’s a new tool available to help legal professionals evaluate eDiscovery services options: eDiscovery Assessment!
Eden Prairie, MN and Houston, TX, February 1, 2023 – KLDiscovery, a leading global provider of data management, information governance, eDiscovery, and advisory services solutions, is pleased to announce an educational partnership with Doug Austin’s eDiscovery Today blog, the only daily blog for electronic discovery, information governance, cybersecurity and data privacy trends, best practices and…
Seven days of waiting makes one weak! See what I did there? 😉 We have one week until the 10th annual UF Law eDiscovery conference!
Time for another installment of the “He Said, She Said” podcast! This episode is about Legal Technology Investment Trends!
It’s time for the Winter 2023 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey, published (as always) on Rob Robinson’s terrific Complex Discovery site. Where does the confidence of individuals working in the eDiscovery ecosystem stand when compared to previous surveys? Let’s see.
I’ve been meaning to cover this! Will ChatGPT replace human review? This article goes in depth to consider what it can and can’t do.
The February 2023 EDRM case law webinar on Valentine’s Day is for lovers – of unique and interesting eDiscovery case law disputes!
Yesterday, EDRM announced a new white paper addressing AI professional responsibilities as they relate to eDiscovery. Here’s what you need to know.
Tomorrow is Data Privacy Day! So, here’s what data privacy day is, why should you care about it and what you need to know!
ProSearch will be busy at upcoming legal and legal technology events! A portion of their press release discussing it is here, check it out!
In his latest post, Jim Gill of Hanzo, gives us not just one, but two new interesting terms: Frictionless eDiscovery and Context Switching!
Learn how to increase legal ops maturity in CLOC’s Core 12 functional areas in this ACEDS webinar sponsored by Casepoint next week!
The Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) has released its 2022 Annual Data Breach Report, showing near-record breach counts and more victims!
In Ace Am. Ins. Co. v. First Call Envtl., LLC, Pennsylvania District Judge John M. Gallagher granted the plaintiff’s motion for adverse inference sanctions due to the defendant’s spoliation of Basecamp documents that detailed safety information.
There are at least five considerations for discovery of chat and collaboration app discovery as this post from Cimplifi discusses.
In my latest guest post for Avansic, I talk about how the train is leaving the station in terms of change in eDiscovery. Better make sure you’re on it!
Photomosaics remind us that perspective is critical. What does that have to do with eDiscovery? Find out in this EDRM webinar sponsored by OpenText!
In ImprimisRx, LLC v. OSRX, Inc., California Magistrate Judge David D. Leshner, finding no deficiency in Plaintiff’s production of emails, denied Defendants’ motion to compel Plaintiff to produce the search terms it used to locate those emails.
Avansic is “kicking off this shiny new year” with a look at change in eDiscovery, so here’s their first post on where, what and why it’s happening!
Miami is the first stop for The Master’s Conference for 2023 next week, and you may be able to attend for FREE, courtesy of eDiscovery Today!
eDiscovery is always changing. Next week’s Avansic and ACEDS webinar will illustrate that change is necessary to stay productive and thrive!
Jim Gill of Hanzo notes it’s the time of the year for predictions, so here are Hanzo’s 2023 trends for collaboration data eDiscovery!
While Craig Ball requires his students to read the fourteen Sedona Conference Principles, he says that principle nine is not so fine! Here’s why.
In light of my post earlier today, it’s well-timed that IPRO has webinar next week on ethics and the defensible use of artificial intelligence!
Or at least it seems to do so. Based on some questions I asked it, it appears that ChatGPT makes things up when it doesn’t know the answer.
See what I did there? 😉 You may be cold where you are, but we have some hot eDiscovery case law disputes in tomorrow’s January 2023 EDRM case law webinar!
Tomorrow’s webcast from HaystackID will discuss the Digital Great Wall, which is the state of data protection in today’s China!
In the case In re Pork Antitrust Litig., Minnesota Magistrate Judge Hildy Bowbeer granted in part and denied in part the plaintiff’s motion to compel the defendant and the defendant custodians to produce responsive text message content, denying “Plaintiff’s motion insofar as it seeks to compel Hormel to collect, review, and produce responsive text messages…
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