“What is a native file?” It’s one question we hear time and again from many clients, or “Do I really need natives?”
Most litigators have heard that native files are important in modern litigation. However, many eDiscovery reviewers never even see or use a native file in their work.
The short answer is that a native file … Read More ›
As the sheer volume of electronically stored information (ESI) overwhelms the existing discovery competencies of law firms IT departments, perhaps it’s time to question the fundamental business model of technology investment in most firms.
For purposes of this post, we’re going to carve up the responsibility of the law firm IT department (as it … Read More ›
The Sony Hack is big news and big news for lawyers. Besides the international political implications, celebrity backstabbing, studio politics and the involvement of a North Korean dictator, there are a number of legal angles already emerging with more to come.
Prompted by the anniversary of Zubulake v UBS Warburg – the case that forced the legal world to take eDiscovery seriously and arguably created a new industry – we recently wrote a post outlining The 7 Biggest eDiscovery Events of the Decade for our friends at Clio. It got us thinking about how much … Read More ›