Tara Emory, PMP

June 27, 2014

Top 5 e-Discovery Bad Habits You Should Break, Part III

The Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation has now been around for over five years, been endorsed by judges in at least 30 states plus the District of Columbia, and has been cited in dozens of opinions by judges wishing to make discovery efficient and civil. In other words, it’s at your own risk that you disregard the Proclamation’s principle that “Cooperation in discovery is consistent with zealous advocacy.”
June 25, 2014

Data Security for Lawyers

More than ever, confidentiality of client data hinges on data security.  Internal company policies, U.S. consumer protection laws, and international data protection laws are increasingly strict about data protection, and penalties for improper handling of data range from criminal to financial to reputational.
June 4, 2014

Top 5 e-Discovery Bad Habits You Should Break, Part II

If you’re using your document review tool just to view and code documents, consider reevaluating your tool or your process. Cutting edge discovery platforms offer tools to holistically manage many aspects of discovery. There are tools to efficiently cull and search documents, implement defensible quality controls, manage multiple workflows, organize case docket files, create dynamic fact outlines and trial prep kits, and predict ultimate discovery costs.
May 14, 2014

The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IOT) has arrived. Though we are still just seeing the beginnings of the IOT, already things such as cars, household appliances, cars, and personal health devices are capturing and storing data on a round the clock cycle.