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Case Law : Modern and Multi-Channel Conversations

Case law precedent is instructive as to how to conduct chat/collaboration apps discovery. Court rulings regarding proportionality and authentication of chat/collaboration data have illustrated that courts are treating this evidence according to the same standards by which they treat more traditional evidence, like email. Judicial precedent imposing sanctions shows that failure to adhere to your [...]

By |2023-03-02T21:07:11+00:00March 2nd, 2023|Collections, e-discovery, Litigation|0 Comments

Getting the Message: How Messaging Apps Have Impacted eDiscovery and Compliance Practices

The way we communicate as a society continues to evolve. It has evolved from phone communications, typed letters and in-person meetings to email communications and teleconferencing over the past several decades. And it’s continuing to evolve today. The use of mobile devices has increased dramatically in recent years, and with them, the use of messaging [...]

By |2023-03-02T20:56:45+00:00March 2nd, 2023|Collections, e-discovery, Litigation|0 Comments

5 Legal Tech Predictions for 2023: Legal Tech Trends

By: Doug Austin January 2023 Here are the 5 legal tech predictions for 2023 (sure to go wrong) that I expect to be on the radars of eDiscovery and legal professionals: Legal Tech Funding Will Remain Uncertain The incredible run for legal tech funding slowed down considerably in 2022, based on an article I covered [...]

By |2023-01-04T18:00:04+00:00January 4th, 2023|Collections, e-discovery, Litigation Support|0 Comments

When it Comes to Using Screenshots as Evidence, It’s All About Authentication

By Jim Gill | June 15 2022 Complex data sources – such as chat messages or a SaaS application’s user interface – are called that for a reason in the world of ediscovery: namely because it’s challenging to reproduce the data in a way that’s useful for attorneys and investigators. In recent case law, there [...]

By |2022-12-15T15:24:11+00:00December 15th, 2022|Collections, e-discovery, Social Media|0 Comments

5 Best Practices for Digital Evidence Collection and Preservation for Internal Investigations and eDiscovery

By Hans Willers The rise of electronically stored information (ESI) is both a blessing and a curse for eDiscovery professionals. On one hand, it can be easier to manage and handle digital data than to find yourself buried in paper records—provided you have the right tools, of course. But by the same token, you have [...]

By |2022-10-24T21:20:38+00:00October 24th, 2022|Collections, e-discovery, Investigations|0 Comments

5 Ediscovery Challenges For Slack Data and How Technology Can Help

Jim Gill | July 26 2022 When collecting electronically stored information (ESI) for ediscovery during litigation, it’s essential to realize that each data source carries unique challenges. So the first step in any ediscovery process, especially when dealing with a new data source, is understanding these challenges to choose the right solution. With the rise [...]

By |2022-09-12T12:49:51+00:00September 12th, 2022|Collections, ediscovery, Litigation Support|0 Comments

Protect What You Produce: Practical eDiscovery Lessons Learned from the Alex Jones Case

By Mike Gaudet & Richard Chung Introduction Making crucial errors in eDiscovery can prove detrimental to both lawyers and their clients. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the case of the Sandy Hook parents who won a $49.3 million judgment, including $45.2 million in punitive damages, against Alex Jones, the InfoWars founder and commentator. [...]

By |2022-08-23T12:00:37+00:00August 23rd, 2022|Collections, ediscovery, Investigations|0 Comments

What Happens When You Don’t Have a Modern Data Solution?

Why a Modern Data Review Platform is Critical to eDiscovery When legal professionals first incorporated electronically stored information (ESI) into their eDiscovery document review process, it opened the door for a variety of digital data types to be used in investigation and litigation. It didn’t take long for eDiscovery to begin taking in ESI like [...]

Full Forensic Imaging vs. Targeted Data Collections: Which One Do I Need?

by Wes Johnson and Maureen Murchie Do you really need that full forensic image, or will a targeted data collection get the job done? Full forensic imaging and targeted data collections may sound similar and even get tossed around interchangeably at times, but they are very different operations. We see countless hours of time and [...]

By |2022-07-18T22:23:53+00:00July 18th, 2022|Collections, ediscovery, Litigation|0 Comments

JSON is not a document, it is data… and lots of it!

JSON is not a document, it is data… and lots of it! By: Trent Livingston Modern eDiscovery deals with much more than just documents. In 2020, people created 1.7 MB of data every second, and most of that data was likely stored in a database. Now, newer applications like Facebook, Twitter, Slack are storing copious [...]

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