A data breach as a “trigger” for a litigation hold

Dec 2, 2014 By: Jennifer Thibodaux

It is likely that litigation is foreseeable upon discovery of any of type of data breach, thereby triggering the duty to preserve relevant and non-privileged documents and data

Advising a small business on litigation holds

Oct 21, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

When a smaller company gets sued, it likely has very few, if any procedures in place to respond — meaning it will rely on outside counsel for assistance.

ALLEVIATING E-DISCOVERY PAIN POINTS THROUGH HTML5 VIEWING PART 2: “Review” Means More than Reviewing

Oct 2, 2014 By: Dan Maddox

Reviewing documents in HTML5 requires much more than just “reviewing.”

“The trigger” for litigation hold notices: When?

Oct 2, 2014 By: Jennifer Thibodaux

Although most attorneys know that there is a duty to preserve documents and data when litigation is “reasonably anticipated,” what does that really mean?

ALLEVIATING E-DISCOVERY PAIN POINTS THROUGH HTML5 VIEWING PART 1: The Answer Starts with Document Viewing

Sep 9, 2014 By: Dan Maddox

While enabling HTML5 viewing is an important step to effective e-discovery, it is only the first.

FIVE ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY TIPS FROM A COMMERCIAL LITIGATOR

Jun 5, 2014 By: Jennifer Thibodaux

Five Tips for Successful E-discovery explains current best practices for electronic discovery

The Rise of E-Discovery

Jun 2, 2014 By: William Gleisner

E-discovery has largely developed because of the need to preserve electronically stored information.

Benefits of Cloud-Based Litigation Tools

Mar 12, 2014 By: Legal Solutions

Litigation is often difficult, complex and unpredictable, but the emergence of cloud technologies provides innovative new avenues for managing cases with unprecedented degrees of control, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

Evaluating The Fitness Of Predictive Coding

Mar 5, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

As discussed in our Feb. 11 post, predictive coding is emerging as something of a Holy Grail of sorts for the legal

Predictive Coding, Part I: Your Introduction To Predictive Coding

Feb 11, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

In 2006, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure formalized case law and made electronically stored information fully discoverable.

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