What Is Litigation in Law?

on Mon, May 25, 2020 By | Paulette Keheley | 0 Comments | Glossary
Litigation is a term often heard when speaking with legal professionals or even while watching some movies or TV shows. The word “litigation” is usually confused with the similar term “lawsuit.” They are both related but are not to be used interchangeably.
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Redaction: Now It’s Personal

on Mon, May 18, 2020 By | Alison ONeill | 0 Comments |
Redaction is never having to say you are sorry – for the inadvertent disclosure of sensitive or privileged data. With heightened concern regarding Personally Identifiable Information or PII, and the ever-present unease about inadvertent disclosure of confidential information and loss of privilege, an easy to use, reliable redaction tool is a “must have” item when working with Electronically Stored Information.  
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What Is Legal Techology? Legaltech Definition

on Mon, May 11, 2020 By | Jeremy Greer | 0 Comments | Glossary
Legal Technology Definition Legal technology is a broad term which describes a wide range of software and services which support law firms and legal teams. This could include practice management software, billing/time tracking software, ediscovery software, document management software, or even physical hardware such as a scanner.
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How to File a FOIA Request

on Fri, May 01, 2020 By | Paulette Keheley | 0 Comments | Glossary
Attorneys have many tools at their disposal during the discovery process, but one that often goes criminally overlooked is the FOIA request. Although it is not applicable to all cases and lawsuits, a FOIA request can be incredibly helpful when legal teams believe government agencies possess information or documents that could support their cases.
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Notes On Matter Migration To Digital WarRoom

on Mon, Apr 27, 2020 By | Dan Gallivan | 0 Comments | Best Practices
Whether you are in the process of switching vendors or simply deciding how to best cooperate with the opposing party on asking for a production format that works in your system, there are several things to keep in mind.
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What is the EDRM? Electronic Discovery Reference Model

on Thu, Apr 23, 2020 By | Jeremy Greer | 0 Comments | Glossary
Edrm What is the EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model)? EDRM Definition The EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model) is an eDiscovery workflow and framework that the legal and IT fields accept as broad outline for the steps to consider throughout the eDiscovery lifecycle in the United States. The EDRM model has been around since 2005, and has stood the test of time.
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TechnoLawyer Learnpaper: Interview With DWR Co-Founders Dan & Bill Gallivan

on Wed, Apr 15, 2020 By | Bill Gallivan | 0 Comments | Trends
TechnoLawyer Exclusive Interview With Digital WarRoom Co-Founders Dan & Bill Gallivan: "Making eDiscovery Accessible, Safe and Profitable for Law Firms of All Sizes" Download the White Paper here.
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Social Media eDiscovery - Challenges and Solutions

on Mon, Apr 13, 2020 By | Jeremy Greer | 0 Comments | Trends
General Challenges With Social Media ESI Social media is a crucial form of ESI. The average American spends 5.4 hours/day on their smartphone which is heavily influenced by social media usage. There is reasonable potential for responsive data and ESI to exist within social media. The question is – What are you looking for? This may influence the next question. Which platforms should you ask about or check? While the data potential within social media may seem so incredibly high, new research may also have us pumping the breaks.
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How Many Pages In A Gigabyte? A Litigator's Guide

on Thu, Apr 02, 2020 By | Paulette Keheley | 0 Comments | Best Practices
Litigators and eDiscovery consultants alike have debated for years the best methods to create litigation budgets. Assuming that most cases settle, eDiscovery can account for a significant portion of the costs, so that is often the best place to start. eDiscovery fees can vary significantly between vendors, and you will need to consider the possibility of flat fees, per-gb hosting fees, per-gb processing fees, user fees, service fees, and more.
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eDiscovery PDF Productions – Bigger Is Not Better

on Wed, Mar 25, 2020 By | Alison ONeill | 0 Comments | Best Practices
A recent Federal Court decision is making a big statement about big e-Discovery. In May of 2019 the case Abbott Laboratories et al. v. Adelphia Supply USA (E.D.N.Y), United States Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom pointed to the production of information in one large PDF as a factor in her decision to recommend sanctions be granted and a default judgment be entered against the producing party.
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