Posts Tagged ‘ediscovery’

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Importance of Vacations Edition

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Importance of Vacations Edition

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Relevant Replay: Zach Abramowitz Speaks with Brad Jenkins of CloudNine

Relevant Replay: Zach Abramowitz Speaks with Brad Jenkins of CloudNine

[CloudNine’s] unique approach that balances cloud benefits such as flexibility and scalability with data security and customer control is highly attractive given the importance of data security for our customers.


An Educational Update: E-Discovery and Litigation Technology Certificate (UC San Diego)

An Educational Update: E-Discovery and Litigation Technology Certificate (UC San Diego)

UC San Diego Extension’s e-Discovery and Litigation Technology certificate is an online, interactive program designed to help legal professionals meet the evolving technical demands in the legal field.


The New Information Governance Playbook for Addressing Digital Age Threats

The New Information Governance Playbook for Addressing Digital Age Threats

Published in the Richmond Journal of Law & Technology, The New Information Governance Playbook for Addressing Digital Age Threats by Philip Favro, Donald Billings, David Horrigan, and Adam Kuhn provides actionable information for assessing and addressing cyber threats.


Confirming Recall Adequacy With Unbiased Multi-Stage Acceptance Testing

Confirming Recall Adequacy With Unbiased Multi-Stage Acceptance Testing

This paper by Bill Dimm of Hot Neuron proposes a multi-stage acceptance testing procedure that avoids bias and actually works in practice. The amount of document review required with the new method depends on the level of recall actually achieved.


Calling an End to Culling: Predictive Coding and the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Calling an End to Culling: Predictive Coding and the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Published in the Richmond Journal of Law & Technology, the paper Calling an End to Culling: Predictive Coding and the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by Stephanie Serhan provides cogent considerations and conclusions as to the of use predictive coding and the timing of that use in relation to keyword culling.


What Is Auto-Classification and How Does It Assist with GDPR Compliance?

What Is Auto-Classification and How Does It Assist with GDPR Compliance?

Auto-Classification’s ability to group information by category or by specific characteristics will prove useful for GDPR compliance. Similarly, Auto-Classification’s ability to detect the presence of PII and other sensitive content will likely become a best practice when it comes establishing GDPR protections.


On-Demand Legal Education: What Attorneys Need to Know About Cybersecurity and Data Privacy in 2017

On-Demand Legal Education: What Attorneys Need to Know About Cybersecurity and Data Privacy in 2017

You’ve heard the horror stories. Data breaches are happening within organizations at an alarming rate, and sensitive data is being compromised regularly. As an attorney, what can you do to protect yourself, your firm and your client from becoming a victim? And, what do you need to do to keep up with ever-changing requirements for data security, both within the US and internationally? This webcast will discuss what you need to know today about cybersecurity and data privacy to protect the sensitive data that your organization manages every day.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for June 2017

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for June 2017

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Activity Patterns for eDiscovery Mergers, Acquisitions, and Investments (2001-2017)

Activity Patterns for eDiscovery Mergers, Acquisitions, and Investments (2001-2017)

Since beginning to track the number of publicly highlighted merger, acquisition, and investment (M&A+I) events in the eDiscovery ecosystem, ComplexDiscovery has noted more than 300 M&A+I events between November 2001 and today. The following article highlights the pattern of these activities on an annual and monthly basis.


kCura: UK War with Hosting Partners? (Legal IT Insider)

kCura: UK War with Hosting Partners? (Legal IT Insider)

kCura’s recent decision to bring the UK launch of its SaaS eDiscovery platform RelativityOne forward to the summer of 2017 is not intended to create a war with its local hosting partners but, according to at least one senior figure in the industry, that is precisely the effect it will have.


Shields Up? A Short List of Privacy Shield Certified eDiscovery Providers

Shields Up? A Short List of Privacy Shield Certified eDiscovery Providers

The following short list of companies highlights eDiscovery providers that have been certified with the EU-U.S. or Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Frameworks. The frameworks were designed to provide companies on both sides of the Atlantic with a mechanism to comply with data protection requirements when transferring personal data from the European Union and Switzerland to the United States in support of transatlantic commerce.


eDiscovery: Asia Pacific To Top North America In Growth Rate Due To Robust Industrialization

eDiscovery: Asia Pacific To Top North America In Growth Rate Due To Robust Industrialization

From a geographical standpoint, North America accounts for a dominant share in the global eDiscovery service. In the next couple of years, the region will likely pare some of its share on account of Asia Pacific overtaking it in terms of growth rate.


Advanced Discovery Acquires Altep

Advanced Discovery Acquires Altep

Advanced Discovery Acquires Altep. The acquisition further strengthens and expands the company’s global offerings in eDiscovery, forensics, cybersecurity and compliance risk assessment.


Ongoing Impact: Six Issues That Affect eDiscovery Business Performance

Ongoing Impact: Six Issues That Affect eDiscovery Business Performance

In the Spring of 2017, over 40% of eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey respondents viewed the lack of resources (budgetary constraints and lack of personnel) as potentially having the greatest business impact on their business in the next six months.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Ethics, Fights, and Business Edition

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Ethics, Fights, and Business Edition

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


eDiscovery Is Big Business — And Worth Fighting Over For Providers

eDiscovery Is Big Business — And Worth Fighting Over For Providers

DTI and LDiscovery (d/b/a Kroll Discovery) have come to blows in federal court. Court filings in three separate lawsuits allege that while the owners of DTI were busy finalizing their acquisition of Epiq, four of DTI’s top salespeople were busy conspiring with LDiscovery to steal trade secrets and millions of dollars in business from DTI when they resigned collectively on January 5, 2017, with no notice to DTI.


Climate Change? Four Findings about the Business Climate of eDiscovery

Climate Change? Four Findings about the Business Climate of eDiscovery

eDiscovery Confidence: Survey respondents have a more positive view of the current business climate this quarter (Spring 2017) than they did last quarter. However, it is not viewed as positive as it was in the Spring of 2016.


How Many Documents in a Gigabyte? Our Latest Analysis Shows A Shifting Pattern

How Many Documents in a Gigabyte? Our Latest Analysis Shows A Shifting Pattern

From our research, the pattern is clear: the number of documents per gigabyte is dropping and dropping fast. The reason seems obvious to me. As users add more rich content—such as graphs, charts, pictures and videos—to files, they get larger. I can’t think of any other reason for the decline.


Transparency, Dirty Laundry, and Gatekeepers: DTI vs. LDiscovery Lawsuit

Transparency, Dirty Laundry, and Gatekeepers: DTI vs. LDiscovery Lawsuit

Ask why your media sources might be afraid to publish anything that their largest sponsors might not like. As a very sharp GC once said to me, “Sometimes it is not what they say, but what they avoid saying that tells the true story.”


Do We Have a Confidence “Spring” in Our Step in 2017?

Do We Have a Confidence “Spring” in Our Step in 2017?

Almost everyone still expects eDiscovery business conditions to be as good or better six months from now according to the Spring 2017 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey.


Finding Exceptional eDiscovery Value

Finding Exceptional eDiscovery Value

Singularly focusing on delivery of a defensible production at the lowest possible cost is too narrow a perspective. It emphasizes compliance at the expense of value.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for May 2017

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for May 2017

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


On-Demand Legal Education: Key eDiscovery Trends and Case Law for 2017

On-Demand Legal Education: Key eDiscovery Trends and Case Law for 2017

2016 was an important year in eDiscovery. Did you catch all of the important events and developments that occurred over the course of the year? If you didn’t, here is your chance to catch up! This webcast will cover key events, trends, and developments that occurred over the course of last year and how they impact those in the eDiscovery community.