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Craig Ball puts his pants on one leg at a time. But, when he does, he produces excellent eDiscovery best practice blog posts! As illustrated by his latest post on his excellent Ball in Your Court blog about pictures and metadata. 😉 The post I Gotta Fevah! – For Some Forensic Analysis of Picture Metadata: eDiscovery Best Practices appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin.…
Data collection is not a departmental island — in fact, it’s crucial that key departments, including IT, legal, and compliance, work together to get the job done right. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done, and teams can often find themselves disjointed and unorganized when it comes to eDiscovery. As the need to easily find the right data across multiple SaaS applications continues to grow, bringing on the right eDiscovery tool can get to the…
I don’t have to tell you that there are a lot of technology solution choices in the eDiscovery world. And many of them are built to support different phases in the EDRM life cycle. I hear from people all the time that it’s challenging to figure out the right solution to support their needs when there are so many choices and product capabilities and features to analyze. Here is a consulting company that can work…
Well, that de-escalated quickly! On Tuesday, announced a global launch of “Fleets,” the ephemeral tweeting feature it first announced earlier this year and tested in various markets around the globe. One day later, Twitter decided to temporarily pause the Fleets rollout. Apparently, they were a little too “fleet” with that rollout! The post Twitter’s Rollout of its New Fleets Was – Fleeting: eDiscovery Trends appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin.…
It’s eDiscovery Case Law Day! Today at 1pm, we’ll be conducting our EDRM November case law webinar, with Tom O’Connor, Mary Mack and Hon. Andrew Peck (Ret.). You might think that, in the year of the pandemic, we have less eDiscovery case law rulings to choose from. In fact, we have more than ever, according to the definitive source for eDiscovery case law – eDiscovery Assistant. The post Think That There Has Been Less Case
Let’s face it, our conferences, meetings and other gatherings are going to continue to be virtual for the foreseeable future during this pandemic and the ones that have taken place so far, while providing excellent education, have been challenged to reproduce the networking aspects of in-person conferences that we’ve come to expect. So, how do we address the challenge of making virtual conferences more rewarding? Perhaps (with a little help from EDRM) inject a little…
As the title indicates, today’s weekly blog post for Ipro’s blog discusses five reasons why organizations today may be (or maybe should be) bringing more discovery in-house. And I’ll do it in a kindler, gentler fashion than the way Lucy gave “five good reasons” to Linus above for memorizing his script for the Christmas play. The post Five Reasons Why Organizations May Be (Or Should Be) Bringing More Discovery In-House: eDiscovery Trends appeared first on…
Announcing the first annual eDiscovery Today 2021 State of the Industry Report Survey (Sponsored by EDRM). This survey is designed to poll eDiscovery professionals throughout the industry and get their experiences on a variety of topics designed to inform and educate the industry on these trends overall. The post Here’s Your Chance to Participate in a New eDiscovery State of the Industry Survey!: eDiscovery Trends appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin.…