EDT Blog

Can Microsoft Office 365 Deliver eDiscovery Nirvana for the Left-Hand Side of the EDRM?

All the recent emphasis on using AI and predictive coding at the review stage of an eDiscovery project has led many commentators, most notably Craig Ball, to comment that the initial stages of such projects are being overlooked. This neglect of the left side of the EDRM is problematic because failing to collect and preserve efficiently will inevitably led to equally inefficient or even ineffective review. This article will diagnosis that problem, offer some solutions, and then raise some interesting questions.
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GDPR Meets E-Discovery

If you think the looming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is just a European anomaly that won’t have impact ‘across the pond’, think again. In the wake of the Facebook, Cambridge Analytica data breach, the GDPR will trigger a new privacy paradigm that will have broad, international ramifications.
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Should litigators think like investigators when using e-discovery tools?

Blindly applying the hammer of keywords in e-discovery cannot be the only tool in the “litigator’s toolkit”.
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Is it time to drop the ‘e’ from e-discovery?

The vast majority of original evidence is electronic. Paper documents are now the exception rather than the rule. Has the "e" in e-discovery become superfluous?
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What’s a Zebra got to do with e-discovery?

Since we chose Mr Z as our new corporate mascot we have been asked a predictable question on more than a few occasions; Why a zebra? Here's what he symbolizes.
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WOW! Thanks Dave!

We were so delighted to see our client David Lapresi, e-discovery and Litigation Support Manager at Phillips Lytle LLP post this thank you note to LinkedIn.
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What’s a dog got to do with eDiscovery?

Has the sophistication of the e-discovery market made it uneccesarily complex? Have we lost sight of its real purpose? We think so. Learn more on the blog.
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Analytics are fabulous but are we forgetting the human factor?

Read our take on the fresh thinking about the way we approach discovery during litigation from the case study by Anne Kershaw Esq. titled ILAS v. Linear Review.
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