Posts Tagged ‘ediscovery’

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: ILTA Edition

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: ILTA 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.


Key Strategies to Improve the Performance of E-Discovery Teams

Key Strategies to Improve the Performance of E-Discovery Teams

Based on results from Aberdeen’s research, the time and cost of eDiscovery processes continue to be issues for organizations. Furthermore, organizations have largely not yet adopted the latest eDiscovery technology.


2017 Legal Hold and Data Preservation Benchmark Report

2017 Legal Hold and Data Preservation Benchmark Report

The 2017 report reveals compelling trends that more in-house corporate legal teams are automating legal hold and data preservation processes. These findings uncover a growing movement to mature processes and bring e-discovery in-house.


Summer Doldrums? 18 Observations on Summer 2017 eDiscovery Business Confidence

Summer Doldrums? 18 Observations on Summer 2017 eDiscovery Business Confidence

Summer 2017 eDiscovery Confidence: Survey respondents appear to have a slightly less optimistic view of the business climate this quarter (Summer 2017) than they did last quarter.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Pigs, Predictions, and Preservation

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Pigs, Predictions, and Preservation

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.


This PIG – Predictive Information Governance – Is Starting to Fly

This PIG – Predictive Information Governance – Is Starting to Fly

As the name implies, unsupervised machine learning – computers teaching themselves – removes the human factor. And once the error rates are low enough, truly automated predictive information governance is realized. The system can now automatically collect, categorize, store, protect, safeguard access, and apply retention/disposal rules.


Ipro Acquires inData Corp

Ipro Acquires inData Corp

 Ipro Tech, a global leader in the development of advanced eDiscovery software solutions, announced today that it has acquired inData Corporation, creator of TrialDirector, a market leader in trial presentation based in Gilbert, Arizona.  Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.


On-Demand Legal Education: Key eDiscovery Case Law Review for First Half of 2017

On-Demand Legal Education: Key eDiscovery Case Law Review for First Half of 2017

The best predictor of future behavior is relevant past behavior. Nowhere is that truer than with legal precedents set by past case law decisions, especially when it relates to eDiscovery best practices. This CLE-approved* webcast session will cover key case law covered by the eDiscovery Daily Blog during the first half of 2017.


NCT Ventures and Bridge Investments Join JumpStart in $1.8M Fundraising Round for Heureka Software

NCT Ventures and Bridge Investments Join JumpStart in $1.8M Fundraising Round for Heureka Software

Today, Heureka Software announced the company has added new funding from Columbus-based NCT Ventures and Chicago’s Bridge Investments. Combined with previous funding from Cleveland Venture Development Organization JumpStart Inc. and other angels, this increases Heureka’s current fundraising round to $1.8 million.


Key eDiscovery Trends in Corporate Legal Departments for 2017

Key eDiscovery Trends in Corporate Legal Departments for 2017

An infographic, extract and report on key eDiscovery trends in corporate legal departments in 2017 by legal technology expert Ari Kaplan.


E-Discovery Company Revives Defamation Suit Over Glassdoor Posts

E-Discovery Company Revives Defamation Suit Over Glassdoor Posts

A state appellate court in California has revived a defamation lawsuit that software company ZL Technologies Inc. filed against the authors of critical posts on the anonymous job review website Glassdoor.com.


Why Associations Can’t Be Afraid to Fail

Why Associations Can’t Be Afraid to Fail

What associations today should be afraid of is not failure, but of falling behind and letting innovation pass them by because they don’t have the courage to try new things.


Research and Runners: A Short Listing of eDiscovery Reports and Providers

Research and Runners: A Short Listing of eDiscovery Reports and Providers

A running listing of vendor-centric research reports and eDiscovery providers as highlighted on the ComplexDiscovery blog. The listings are not all inclusive of either research reports or capable eDiscovery providers but shared to provide a starting point for individuals and organizations seeking to understand potential providers of eDiscovery-related software and services.


New York Federal Judge Declines to Enforce Employee Non-Solicit Clause

New York Federal Judge Declines to Enforce Employee Non-Solicit Clause

In a very thorough analysis following a 3 day Preliminary Injunction hearing Judge Jed Rakoff declined to issue injunctive relief to a former employer seeking to enjoin four former employees and their new employer from competing or from soliciting clients or employees.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: From Dachau to Data Privacy

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: From Dachau to Data Privacy

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.


Esquify Secures Venture Capital Funding

Esquify Secures Venture Capital Funding

Esquify, the breakthrough legal technology for human document review, has secured a $710,000 seed round of funding to aggressively accelerate growth. Network Ventures led the investment round with participation from existing and new investors including Foley Ventures, the investment arm of national law firm Foley & Lardner LLP, and Bridge Investments, a Chicago-based venture capital firm.


DTI v. LDiscovery – Round One to LDiscovery

DTI v. LDiscovery – Round One to LDiscovery

The court found that the reps could engage in preparatory actions during their non-compete year as long as the actions do not, “detrimentally impact the former employer’s economic interests during the term of a non-competition clause.”


No Preliminary Injunction For You! The Latest On The Battle Between eDiscovery Providers

No Preliminary Injunction For You! The Latest On The Battle Between eDiscovery Providers

The original complaint painted a picture of calculated deception and conspiracy on the part of LDiscovery’s CEO and the salesmen. The latest evidence in the case suggests those alleged facts are not close to the truth.


Judge Rakoff Shoots Down eDiscovery Trade Secrets Case

Judge Rakoff Shoots Down eDiscovery Trade Secrets Case

Earlier this week, a federal judge in Manhattan rejected DTI’s arguments that the sales team had misappropriated key trade secrets, such as its e-discovery clients’ purchasing needs, and denied its motion for a preliminary injunction.


On-Demand Legal Education: How SaaS Automation Has Revolutionized eDiscovery for Solo and Small Firms

On-Demand Legal Education: How SaaS Automation Has Revolutionized eDiscovery for Solo and Small Firms

Until recently, state of the art eDiscovery technology was only available to the largest law firms and corporations. Smaller firms and organizations were essentially priced out of the market and couldn’t afford the solutions that could be used by the “big boys” to manage their discovery workloads. Times have changed – thanks to cloud-based, software-as-a-service (“SaaS”) automated solutions that have made full-featured eDiscovery solutions affordable for even small and solo firms. This webcast will discuss how SaaS automation technology has revolutionized eDiscovery for solo and small firms today.


Mandatory Initial Discovery Pilot Project: Overview

Mandatory Initial Discovery Pilot Project: Overview

Some districts are participating in a three-year pilot project, known as the “Mandatory Initial Discovery Pilot Project,” which will study whether requiring parties in civil cases to respond to a series of standard discovery requests before undertaking other discovery will reduce the cost and delay of civil litigation.


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.