Collection

Meet Our Highly-Rated eDiscovery & Litigation ‘Nextperts’

Meet Our Highly-Rated eDiscovery & Litigation ‘Nextperts’ 1000 600 Connor Jenkins

Our data strategy experts make your mountains into molehills. Our mission is to not only provide you with intuitive, easy-to-use eDiscovery & litigation software, but also advisory technical services if and when you need them. We’re client-centric, and everything we do – from our broad range of services to product development – starts with solving…

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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

Filter by Keyword in eDiscovery: The Human Role

Filter by Keyword in eDiscovery: The Human Role 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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Data Filteringe in Discovery

The Art of eDiscovery Data Filtering and Culling

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

DATA 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…

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Ediscovery Planning

Essential Ediscovery Planning: The Federal Rules You Need To Know

Essential Ediscovery Planning: The Federal Rules You Need To Know 1000 667 Michael Beumer

The adversarial nature of the system of law in the United States is not about cooperation and playing nice. Law school trains lawyers to crush their opposition. But in ediscovery, the updated Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and emerging case law actually make it not only possible to make discovery a cooperative process – but…

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Ediscovery Data Requests – Simple and Secure

Ediscovery Data Requests – Simple and Secure 1000 724 Michael Beumer

An efficient ediscovery process starts with getting potentially relevant ediscovery files collected quickly. Nextpoint just made getting ediscovery data from clients, IT staff, litigation support managers, opposing counsel – or whomever you need data from – as simple as sending an email. Nextpoint users can now securely request files from anyone by providing timely access to a dedicated…

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A Best Practices Guide for Managing eDiscovery Collections

A Best Practices Guide for Managing eDiscovery Collections 1000 437 Michael Beumer

Are you directing your eDiscovery collections with maximum efficiency and speed? Data collection can be the most complex and technically rigorous of all eDiscovery phases. It involves the extraction of potentially relevant electronically stored information (ESI) from its native source into a separate, secure repository for review. The collection process should be comprehensive without being over-inclusive. It…

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Social Media Archiving: What to Tell Clients

Social Media Archiving: What to Tell Clients 150 150 Jason Krause

Here are some statistics that will make most employers want to ban social media: According to survey by DLA Piper, 31 percent of employers have taken disciplinary action against an employee for improper social media usage, but only 14 percent of employers have a social media policy. That means many of those companies taking disciplinary action have no protection…

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Facebook for Lawyers: 5 Tips For Your Law Firm

Facebook for Lawyers: 5 Tips For Your Law Firm 150 150 Jason Krause

Facebook for law firms is a no-brainer. The stats alone make it impossible to ignore: over a billion users, with 128 million people logging on every day in the U.S. It’s got an incredibly broad user base, but delivers highly targeted and direct results that no other platform can match. But finding clients and making connections…

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Grow Your Law Firm with Social Media Marketing

Grow Your Law Firm with Social Media Marketing 150 150 Jason Krause

Social media marketing is an essential part of any law office’s advertising and marketing efforts. But we understand that social media is a little more complicated for law firms than it is for other businesses. Social media disclosure rules and lawyer advertising rules are going to complicate Facebook and Twitter efforts for any law firm.…

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