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Data Filtering Techniques

Advanced Ediscovery Data Filtering Techniques

Advanced Ediscovery Data Filtering Techniques 1200 630 Michael Beumer

FILTERING SERIES / PART THREE eDiscovery processing is an often overlooked phase of litigation because it is considered a technical, not a legal practice. However, lawyers who understand processing and advanced data filtering techniques are in position to control the costs and control the scope of any matter.   eDiscovery Data Filtering In Three Parts…

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eDiscovery Keyword Filtering

The Human Role in eDiscovery Data Filtering and Culling

The Human Role in eDiscovery Data Filtering and Culling 1200 660 Michael Beumer

FILTERING SERIES / PART TWO eDiscovery is automated in many important ways, but attorney judgment is still vital to the process. Legal teams need to make smart decisions up front about how to filter, what to cull, and what to keep. If you are too cautious about processing, you will have too much evidence to…

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eDiscovery Data Filtering

The Art of eDiscovery Data Filtering and Culling

The Art of eDiscovery Data Filtering and Culling 1200 801 Michael Beumer

FILTERING SERIES / PART ONE Every lawyer wants a smoking gun email, text, or Facebook post that will decidedly win a case or force a settlement. Given the mind-boggling volume of electronic data flooding our world, finding relevant, discoverable information is a more difficult and expensive endeavor. But, if you are strategic about eDiscovery data…

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Early-Case-Assessment

7 Early Data Assessment Tactics to Reduce eDiscovery Expenses

7 Early Data Assessment Tactics to Reduce eDiscovery Expenses 1000 635 Michael Beumer

You can tell a lot about files on a computer before you even open them. That’s the premise that makes data reduction possible prior to discovery review—in a stage commonly referred to as early data assessment. As summarized by Inside Counsel, “The idea behind EDA is to determine the types of data to be potentially…

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deNIST in eDiscovery

Why DeNIST is the Thing in eDiscovery

Why DeNIST is the Thing in eDiscovery 1000 600 Jason Krause

Getting rid of unneeded junk files at the start of your document review is a painless and safe way to control your review challenge. In particular, DeNISTing is a powerful tool in your eDiscovery arsenal, but lawyers should know that it is not a magic pill that cures all of their eDiscovery headaches. NIST is…

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