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Trending eDiscovery Topics in the Courts

It is crucial for litigators and eDiscovery consultants to monitor case law developments, especially in relation to emerging technologies and changes to legal practice. With the first half of 2023 in the books, it is an ideal time to review hot issues. This knowledge can help litigators anticipate what to expect in court, guide technology [...]

How Technology is Shaping the Landscape of Personal Injury Law

Personal injury law is undergoing rapid changes due to the integration of new technologies. Legal tech startups are disrupting the status quo with innovative solutions while raising pertinent ethical and regulatory questions. This blog post explores the key technological shifts in personal injury law and their implications. What Falls Under Personal Injury? The field of [...]

How to calculate ROI for legal technology solutions

In today’s fast-paced legal landscape, technology is no longer a luxury but a necessity. From matter management software to e-discovery platforms, legal technology solutions are transforming how in-house legal departments operate. However, investing in these technologies requires significant financial commitment. Therefore, it’s crucial to understand the Return on Investment (ROI) to ensure that the technology [...]

Walmart Injury Victims Turn to Tech-Savvy Attorneys for Justice

Have you ever thought about the risk of getting injured while shopping at your local Walmart? Well, accidents happen, and when they do, it's essential to know your rights and have the right legal representation. In this day and age, tech-savvy attorneys are stepping up to the plate, providing top-notch legal assistance to those who've [...]

By |2023-06-08T18:14:33+00:00June 8th, 2023|e-discovery, Investigations, Litigation|0 Comments

Ten BRUTAL Sanctions Case Law Rulings: eDiscovery Best Practices

Who says sanctions don’t have teeth since 2015? Here are ten BRUTAL sanctions case law rulings in just the past three years! Believe it or not, there are several other cases I could have included as well, but I decided to continue the “ten” theme of last week’s ESI Protocol post. So, here are ten [...]

The Case for Targeted Smartphone Data Collection

By: Greg Mazares - ModeOne May 3, 2023 Post-pandemic business operations for thousands of companies have evolved into a collection of remote workers bonded together by mobile devices and other emerging technologies. Today’s electronic discovery services require tremendous focus on short message applications and videoconferencing collaboration tools such as Zoom, Teams, and Slack. Certainly, evidence [...]

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

7 Reasons to Use eDiscovery Solutions for FOIA Requests

By Jenna Walter, July 26, 2022 Do you know that government agencies receive an average of 755,000 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests per year? That’s a lot to keep track of. To manage this influx of requests, many agencies are now turning to eDiscovery solutions. The advancement in technology has allowed agencies to automate [...]

By |2022-10-11T14:36:44+00:00October 11th, 2022|e-discovery, FOIA, Investigations|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

E-Discovery Strategies For Handling Personal Identifying Information

E-Discovery Strategies For Handling Personal Identifying Information Russell Beets May 16th, 2022 We’re all familiar with the importance of avoiding the inadvertent disclosure of attorney-client communications, work product or sensitive, proprietary or confidential business information. However, our obligations don’t end there. In addition to protecting this information, we also need to consider how to handle [...]

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