production

Why Are Lawyers So Bad at Protecting Attorney-Client Privilege?

Why Are Lawyers So Bad at Protecting Attorney-Client Privilege? 150 150 Jason Krause

When lawyers are managing eDiscovery there are really just three things they need to know for every document – is it responsive, non responsive, or privileged. Responsive they give to opposing counsel, non-responsive they ignore, and privileged documents must be protected. As the U.S. Supreme Court put it, “The attorney-client privilege is the oldest of…

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Document Production from an iPhone?!

Document Production from an iPhone?! 150 150 jlawn

Nextpoint Discovery Cloud takes e-discovery mobile. Document Production A few years back when I would mention that Nextpoint’s products were “cloud-based” web applications, people would give me blank stares, or ask for further explanation. Now as more and more people are adopting a greater understanding of the Cloud, it has become a popular buzzword in…

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The Real Problem with Production

The Real Problem with Production 150 150 Jason Krause

There has been a lot of consternation in the legal blogosphere lately about the cost of production in eDiscovery, including here, here, and here. Most of the attention is focused on improving the review process in order to limit the scope of production. But there is another, rarely discussed point at which the whole discovery…

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