Recent Blog Posts
July 20, 2021
Courts have repeatedly emphasized that lawyers should take actionable steps at the outset of litigation to safeguard the preservation of relevant ESI. One of those steps typically includes investigating and understanding client information systems that contain relevant information. This is particularly the case with social media and messaging apps whose content is dynamic and—barring swift action—can easily be modified and destroyed. The recent Doe v. Purdue University case—in which the court sanctioned plaintiff for failing to preserve relevant images and videos from his Snapchat application—underscores this point.
June 29, 2021
The Association of Corporate Counsel (“ACC”) has published a new survey report that discusses significant challenges companies are facing when it comes to preserving and producing relevant electronically stored information (“ESI”) for U.S. litigation. In particular, the report provides detailed metrics that spotlight a correlation between information governance maturity and discovery responsiveness. Understanding this correlation can help companies identify gaps in their upstream information governance programs, which should yield better downstream results when they need to preserve and produce relevant ESI in litigation.
June 24, 2021
Chambers and Partners, the internationally renowned legal rankings firm, has given Driven, Inc. top billing in its annual rankings for eDiscovery (litigation support) firms in the U.S. Recognized as the “legal industry’s most prestigious rankings,” Chambers placed Driven in “Band Three.” This is the third straight year that Chambers has included Driven in its rankings.