By now, we’re all counting down the hours until we can shut off our computers and start listening for sleigh bells.  While we know you don’t want coal in your…
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A little more than two months ago, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) struck down the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework that permitted U.S. organizations to transfer the…
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It’s no secret that eDiscovery is often the longest and costliest element of a legal matter. It’s also no secret that some purposefully employ tactics intended to prolong litigation and…
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The use of predictive coding is growing, has been embraced by courts, is even more defensible under the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and is now indispensable to large-scale…
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The proliferation of nontraditional data in the working world is making the eDiscovery process more challenging than ever. From audio and chatrooms, to mobile applications, to photos, text messaging and…
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With the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) going into effect earlier this month, legal teams are more mindful than ever about the costs of preparing matters for trial.…
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In “Ethical E-Discovery: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know,” author and eDiscovery counsel Samantha Ettari brings to light key elements in a new opinion released by the California Bar Association…
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This piece marks the first in our series on predictive coding. Bruce Fein – who is a pioneer in the field of predictive coding – starts the series by exploring…
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One of the most complex decisions at the onset of a legal matter is whether to keep document review in house or to outsource it to a third party. According…
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For financial services companies, law firms and other organizations engaged in complex cross-border matters, the nullification of the Safe Harbor framework last month by the Court of Justice of the…
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