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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

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

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 [...]

Industry Experts: Proportionality Principles Apply to ESI Preservation and Collection

Industry Experts: Proportionality Principles Apply to ESI Preservation and Collection By John Patzakis Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(b)(1), parties may discover any non-privileged material that is relevant to any party’s claim or defense and proportional to the needs of the case. Lawyers that take full advantage of the proportionality rule can greatly reduce [...]

By |2022-06-27T15:29:07+00:00June 27th, 2022|Collections, e-discovery, Litigation|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 [...]

eDiscovery’s Role in Corporate Internal Investigations

April 28, 2022 by Brian Schrader, Esq. | 6 min read eDiscovery’s Role in Corporate Internal Investigations Here’s why you should leverage eDiscovery for corporate internal investigations. Too many organizations treat corporate internal investigations and eDiscovery efforts as two separate domains, but the simple truth is that internal investigations and eDiscovery processes are not all [...]

Reminders from Ukraine about evidence-gathering from electronic devices

Posted on April 12, 2022 by Chris Dale The subjects loosely grouped under the heading “eDiscovery” come and go or, rather, they fill the airwaves for a while and then become absorbed into the mainstream to be replaced by the next hot topic. There was a time when the conference platforms were full of “Big Data”. Big data [...]

By |2022-04-14T15:03:53+00:00April 14th, 2022|Collections, ediscovery|0 Comments

Key COVID-19 Considerations for U.S. Discovery and Information Governance

The following is a brief overview of an article by Gilbert S. Keteltas and James A. Sherer, "Key COVID-19 Considerations for U.S. Discovery and Information Governance," posted in Information Governance.  Many businesses have remote work and bring-your-own-device policies that address access to company systems and information from personal devices. These policies may also state expectations [...]

By |2022-01-04T22:47:42+00:00January 4th, 2022|ediscovery, Information Governance, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Don’t Produce ESI as a Few PDFS Over 8,000 Pages

Josh Gilliland is a California attorney who focuses his practice on eDiscovery. He posted a blog titled, "Don't Produce ESI as a Few PDFS Over 8,000 Pages." Below is an overview. There are some significant "don'ts" in civil litigation. Printing ESI before scanning it as a few PDFs totaling 8,000 pages for production is one of them. [...]

By |2022-01-12T03:34:35+00:00January 4th, 2022|ediscovery|0 Comments
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