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Let’s face it, almost all of us have been (or eventually will be) a part of a merger or acquisition at some point in our lives and they’re never easy. Mergers and acquisitions have always been difficult, but in the age of endless cloud-based tools, these processes have become even more complex. From multiple toolsets to governance processes, to differing retention policies, when two organizations join together, handling all this data gets complicated. Tomorrow’s webinar…
Remember that announcement about the inaugural EDRM Expocom slated for early February next year? Well, it’s been moved up a bit – almost a full two months! A few days ago, EDRM announced that its inaugural Expo will support the 6th annual E-Discovery Day on December 3, 2020. The post EDRM’s ExpoCom is a Lot Sooner Now!: eDiscovery Trends appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin.…
I recently interviewed Daniel Pelc, Director of Client Solutions and Integration for HaystackID. We covered so much with regard to eDiscovery trends that we couldn’t fit it all in a single blog post. Part One of my interview was published Monday, part two was published Wednesday, here is the third and final part. The post Thought Leader Interview with Daniel Pelc of HaystackID, Part Three: eDiscovery Trends and Best Practices appeared first on eDiscovery Today
We had a great webinar last week with ACEDS titled “Zooming” into 2021 with Audio/Video Discovery, with Brett Burney, Principal of Burney Consultants LLC and Ashley Griggs, Director of Legal Markets at NICE – Nexidia. If you missed it, you can check out the webinar here (registration required, but it’s free!). This week, Brett and I did a similar event with the same title, but different. The post “Zooming” Into 2021 with Audio/Video Discovery Again
And, according to Gartner, so are technologies like Predictive Analytics, Text Analytics, Ethics and Compliance Management and Enterprise Legal Management as published in the Hype Cycle Chart for Legal and Compliance Technologies, 2020. The post That’s No Hype! eDiscovery Software is On the Slope of Enlightment!: Legal Technology Trends appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin.…
For the past few years, the Women in eDiscovery Houston Chapter has conducted a one-day in-person conference at South Texas College of Law. But, of course, this year, the WiE Houston conference (like so many others) has had to “go virtual”. For you, that means you can attend from wherever you are! The post Whee! You Can Attend This Year’s WiE Houston Conference From Anywhere: eDiscovery Best Practices appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug
In Charlestown Capital Advisors v. Acero Junction, Inc., New York Magistrate Judge Barbara Moses granted in part the plaintiff’s motion for sanctions of the defendants for failure to preserve the business email account of the defendant’s co-President and Director, whose signature appeared on an agreement between the two parties at the heart of the dispute, but denied it with respect to the level of sanctions, stating that “the record does not contain clear and convincing…
I recently interviewed Daniel Pelc, Director of Client Solutions and Integration for HaystackID. We covered so much with regard to eDiscovery trends that we couldn’t fit it all in a single blog post. Part One of my interview was published Monday, here is part two. The post Thought Leader Interview with Daniel Pelc of HaystackID, Part Two: eDiscovery Trends and Best Practices appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin.…
Today’s weekly blog post for Ipro’s blog continues a new six(!) part series started last month on considering the five stakeholder groups of EDRM’s Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM). This week, I continue the series by focusing on the Privacy and Security stakeholders. The post Privacy and Security Stakeholders and the Information Governance Reference Model: Information Governance Best Practices appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin.…