eDiscovery

Small Firm eDiscovery – Beat the Data Dump

Small Firm eDiscovery – Beat the Data Dump 150 150 Jason Krause

The document dump is still a common practice in Small Firm eDiscovery. At its most basic, it is the practice of sending opposing counsel as many files for review as possible close to the start of a trial. But today, the data dump can actually provide an advantage to the receiving party. Unlike the paper…

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Sharepoint eDiscovery: Preserving Cloud and Sharepoint Data for Litigation

Sharepoint eDiscovery: Preserving Cloud and Sharepoint Data for Litigation 150 150 Jason Krause

We all know that big data is not only threatening to break corporate IT budgets, but threatens to overwhelm the legal system. As organizations try to solve one problem, like controlling ownership of data, they inevitably create new headaches for the legal department. These self-inflicted wounds are probably inevitable to some degree in the data-intensive…

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The Sedona Conference's Sneaky Plan to Make Lawyers Play Nice

The Sedona Conference's Sneaky Plan to Make Lawyers Play Nice 150 150 Jason Krause

Sedona Offers More Resources to Help Judges Manage eDiscovery The Sedona Conference is set to introduce an updated and “significant” revision to the The Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation: Resources for the Judiciary. In addition to this update, Sedona is launching a special password-protected collaboration area exclusively for judges. Sedona’s Ken Withers tells LTN that within this special judges-only…

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Social Media eDiscovery: Embrace the Boring

Social Media eDiscovery: Embrace the Boring 150 150 Jason Krause

For many lawyers, eDiscovery is still an exotic, unfamiliar practice. Despite the growing number of conferences, publications, and CLE credits available to help lawyers understand the discovery of electronic evidence in litigation, most lawyers have never even sent a preservation letter, the first step in discovery. Considering that discovery of any electronic evidence is unfamiliar to most…

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Nextpoint.com 2.0: eDiscovery Software

Nextpoint.com 2.0: eDiscovery Software 150 150 Jason Krause

You may have noticed things are looking a bit different here at Nextpoint.com. We’ve launched our completely redesigned website, expanding the amount of information available about our services, including more in-depth information about eDiscovery Software, cloud computing, web and social media archiving, Mac and mobile litigation support and other areas of interest to our clients.  If you’re one of the…

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Courts Set the Bar for Social Media Discovery

Courts Set the Bar for Social Media Discovery 150 150 Jason Krause

Being in the legal technology field can be frustrating. Technology changes fast but the law moves slowly, deliberately, and often in convoluted ways. You have to somehow stay ahead of the technology curve while waiting for the courts to catch up. It wasn’t until 2006 that federal courts were able to get the basic rules…

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