eDiscovery tips

eDiscovery Workflow: The Checklist Manifesto

eDiscovery for the Rest of Us: The Checklist Manifesto

eDiscovery for the Rest of Us: The Checklist Manifesto 1180 658 Elizabeth Guthrie

Learn the steps of a comprehensive ediscovery workflow in this excerpt from eDiscovery for the Rest of Us, a new book published by Nextpoint and Tom O’Connor. Click here to preorder your copy. Nextpoint and Tom O’Connor published a new edition of eDiscovery for the Rest of Us, a strategic and tactical resource for legal…

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Happy ediscovery day 2023

eDiscovery Day 2023: Top Resources from Nextpoint This Year

eDiscovery Day 2023: Top Resources from Nextpoint This Year 1200 630 Elizabeth Guthrie

In honor of eDiscovery Day 2023, we’re sharing the highlights of our year – including our top ediscovery tips, thought leadership resources, and expert advice for navigating a digital litigation landscape. ★ Top 5 eGuides We have a library of free eGuides covering everything from data collection to trial prep and presentation. Here are the…

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redacted legal documents

Don’t Let Redactions Cause Distractions: How to Properly Censor and Remove Information when Reviewing and Producing Documents

Don’t Let Redactions Cause Distractions: How to Properly Censor and Remove Information when Reviewing and Producing Documents 4800 2800 Brett Burney

Redacted legal documents can create a host of issues when not handled properly during document review. Here are some common redaction mistakes – and tips on how to avoid them. As legal counsel, you’re entrusted to protect your client’s most confidential information – which makes it even more frustrating when we hear horror stories about…

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legal data migration

Tips for Moving Data to a New eDiscovery Platform

Tips for Moving Data to a New eDiscovery Platform 1200 700 Brett Burney

Legal data migration in ediscovery can seem overwhelming, but a proper plan will keep the process simple. Here’s what you should keep in mind when moving data to a new ediscovery platform. Change is inevitable, and that adage holds true in ediscovery. There are times when it becomes necessary to move a review database to…

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Ediscovery Outlook is Not the Right Tool

Ediscovery with Outlook: 3 Reasons Why Outlook is NOT a Document Review Tool

Ediscovery with Outlook: 3 Reasons Why Outlook is NOT a Document Review Tool 1200 700 Brett Burney

Conducting ediscovery in Outlook may be tempting – but although it’s a free and familiar tool, it carries risks and limitations for document review. Email continues to be the primary source of electronic evidence in litigation matters today, even with all the competing communication channels such as text messages and collaboration platforms. In order to…

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ediscovery slack and teams

How to Master Ediscovery for Slack, Teams, and Other Collaboration Apps

How to Master Ediscovery for Slack, Teams, and Other Collaboration Apps 1200 630 Jessica Nichols

Here are the highlights from our webcast on ediscovery for Slack, Teams and other collaboration apps. Watch the webcast here. Let’s think back to April 2020. Apologies if that’s a time period you’d rather forget. You haven’t been to the office in weeks, you are still polishing your Zoom profile, and your email inbox is…

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Ediscovery document production - PDF Productions

Single PDF Productions: 3 Reasons Not to Commit This Ediscovery Sin

Single PDF Productions: 3 Reasons Not to Commit This Ediscovery Sin 1921 1081 Brett Burney

Ediscovery document productions are often sent as a single, clunky PDF. Here’s why you should avoid sending – or receiving – this “document dump.” Document productions in ediscovery shouldn’t be difficult – opposing counsel tells you what they need and you send it. Who wants to confer about file formats and metadata fields? Just send…

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Understanding Ediscovery Protocols

Understanding Ediscovery: A Primer On ESI Protocols

Understanding Ediscovery: A Primer On ESI Protocols 1026 701 Jessica Nichols

This article highlights some of the key info on ediscovery protocols from our Comprehensive Ediscovery Case Management webcast. Click here to watch the recorded webinar. If you were to ask most attorneys to describe the process of discovery, they may tell you it is a necessary facet of any case that tends to bring on…

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Ediscovery Production

Demystifying Ediscovery Production Formats

Demystifying Ediscovery Production Formats 1682 956 Elizabeth Guthrie

When it comes to ediscovery production, it’s absolutely advantageous to keep the end goal in mind from the outset. The duty to produce is explicitly outlined in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and most analogous State Rules. Although it’s the final step in discovery, it’s not something that should be put off until the end…

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ESI Protocol Checklist

Ediscovery Planning: Your ESI Protocol Checklist

Ediscovery Planning: Your ESI Protocol Checklist 1000 668 Elizabeth Guthrie

A detailed ESI protocol will simplify ediscovery and lead to smoother case planning in every step of the litigation process. Establishing an ESI protocol might seem daunting at first, but answering a few simple questions at the outset of your case will help you stay on top of complicated ediscovery matters. This checklist lays out…

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