Tara Emory, PMP

February 9, 2015

Custodial Interviews: You’re Doing it Wrong

Custodial interviews are a key part of discovery. Perhaps more than any other process, the interviews provide opportunities for successful, efficient discovery. However, if mishandled, they are likely to lead to later problems.
January 21, 2015

Government Contractors: Guide to Preventing Security Leaks

The government relies on your company and employees to keep data secure. It is a daunting task. Even slight security failures could create real harm for your company. The headlines remind us that nations, cyber criminals, and rogue employees, are penetrating computer systems at an accelerating pace. Join us for the answers to 5 Key Questions: What steps should federal […]
December 16, 2014

3 Reasons You’re Afraid of Technology Assisted Review…and Shouldn’t Be

Beginning with the court’s approval of a technology assisted review (TAR) protocol in Da Silva Moore[1] in early 2012, it seemed TAR was about to revolutionize discovery. In a world of exponentially growing data and corresponding document review costs, TAR was the answer that would save us all!
December 10, 2014

2014 eDiscovery Caselaw Update: What’s new in eDiscovery

014 has been an interesting year for e-Discovery. Join us as we review caselaw highlights reflecting how courts continue to address new issues and new technologies.
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