January 17, 2017

Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri: the New Star Witnesses in Discovery?

There are parts of our lives we assume are completely private, hidden from the world. We believe there is no record of these things, or that whatever exists could not be accessed by others. But how much of our lives is
January 11, 2017

Lessons Learned for 2017: Spotlighting the Top eDiscovery Cases from 2016

With the New Year upon us, it is worth reflecting on some of the key eDiscovery cases from 2016 and the lessons they offer for reducing the costs and risks of discovery. These cases also spotlight the expectations that courts will likely have for
January 5, 2017

Proportionality at the Forefront of the Discovery Culture Change

One of the significant questions surrounding litigation in 2016 is whether the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) are having a measurable impact on discovery practice. It is one thing to change
December 13, 2016

Lessons from the Experts on Addressing Digital Age Threats

What are the common gateways to cyberattacks? What are the risks associated with the Internet of Things (IoT)? What steps can organizations take to address personal cloud applications and other digital age threats? These were just a few of the key questions that
October 26, 2016

New Court Decision Refuses to Require the Use of Technology-Assisted Review

The rise of technology-assisted review (TAR) in eDiscovery has raised questions about whether courts should require responding parties to use TAR to identify responsive documents. Studies repeatedly confirm that TAR has the potential to expedite and
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