Driven Inc

December 20, 2021
2021 eDiscovery Trends

2021 eDiscovery Trends in Proportionality, Rule 34 Responses, and Sanctions

It has been six years now since rule makers enacted the last set of amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and it’s fairly apparent those changes have impacted electronic discovery practice issues. In this program, a panel of experts will examine rules and practice areas that have been particularly impacted, discuss trends and issues arising from case law, and offer best practices for addressing those issues.
November 12, 2021

Ethical Considerations for Handling Document Reviews in eDiscovery

Reviewing documents in eDiscovery may seem as simple as a drive through the country. Nevertheless, the landscape is littered with ethical roadblocks and quagmires. From competence and supervision to confidentiality and conflicts, lawyers must address any number of ethical issues that permeate document reviews. This program will address these issues and offer practical guidance for addressing ethical and legal considerations arising from document reviews.
November 11, 2021
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Driven and Innovative Discovery Merge to Better Serve Clients Along the Information Lifecycle

Driven, Inc. (“Driven”) and Innovative Discovery, LLC (“ID”) announced today that the two companies have merged, creating an end-to-end provider of services across the information lifecycle, including information governance, eDiscovery, and managed review.
September 24, 2021
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Protecting Privilege and Work Product in the Age of eDiscovery

The attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine provide counsel and clients with the necessary protection, confidentiality, and seclusion to litigate matters without interference from litigation adversaries. Nevertheless, safeguarding privileged information and work product has become particularly challenging in the age of eDiscovery. This program explores a number of those challenges and provides recommended suggestions for addressing the issues.
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