One of the most challenging tasks for legal teams when it comes to the collection, review and production of electronically stored information (commonly known as “eDiscovery”) is how to estimate…
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Predictive coding, also referred to as technology-assisted review (TAR), has been surrounded by an air of mystery since its inception. As a result, legal counsel and their clients continue to…
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For many years, there has been talk about the rise of predictive coding. Despite much discussion, many news stories and scholarly articles, predictive coding as part of document review has,…
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eDiscovery is now a firmly entrenched element of modern-day litigation. Yet, the fact that eDiscovery is ubiquitous does not make compliance with eDiscovery obligations any simpler for legal personnel and…
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eDiscovery is a fast-paced field. The technology that fuels the discipline and its constant expansion of capabilities has had a marked impact on the practice of law. For some time,…
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The 4,000+ U.S. entities that relied on the Safe Harbor framework, ratified in 2000 between EU member states and the United States, are still awaiting direction from the Court of…
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The European Court of Justice’s decision to strike down the Safe Harbor framework was based on privacy concerns, but it significantly affects how business is conducted between the US and…
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In this edition of the legal news round-up, we focus on cloud security, with a nod to National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The cloud has brought with it many advantages…
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What do you know about your eDiscovery providers’ information security practices? I’m not usually a betting man, but I’d feel secure in my wager that you don’t know a great…
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How many of your legal personnel are adequately trained in the technology that your firm relies on? More than likely, you assume all of them. In a recent interview, Chris…
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