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Barry Schwartz, BIA: Exiting Employee Checklist: Legal Hold Edition

Extract from Barry Schwartz’s article “Exiting Employee Checklist: Legal Hold Edition” If your departing employees are on legal hold, our updated Exiting Employee Checklist will be your new best friend. Many savvy employers (and their HR or IT departments) already wield an exiting employee checklist of sorts when preparing for an employee’s departure and handling …

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Hal Brooks, HaystackID: An Opportunity for Thanks: A Commitment to Our Friends, Partners, and Customers

Extract from Hal Brooks’ article “An Opportunity for Thanks: A Commitment to Our Friends, Partners, and Customers” This year has been a great challenge for each of us, regardless of our professional position or family role. It has also been a year that has provided us a unique opportunity to truly see and appreciate the …

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Rahul Chhabra: Driving Legal Technology Adoption for Lawyers in eDiscovery

Extract from Rahul Chhabra’s article “Driving Legal Technology Adoption for Lawyers in eDiscovery” There is a huge gap in the eDiscovery industry between subject matter experts and lawyers. This article is an attempt at trying to help eDiscovery practitioners climb over the mountain of technology adoptions in eDiscovery and bridge that gap to bring lawyers …

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Victoria Hudgins, Legaltech News: Why Large Corporate Departments Can Make or Break Attorney Marketplaces

Extract from Victoria Hudgins’s article “Why Large Corporate Departments Can Make or Break Attorney Marketplaces” When attorney marketplaces first launch, they usually target their services to a large pool of small businesses. But despite unmet legal needs, that work usually dries up. However, while necessary to their survival, cracking into large corporate legal departments, which …

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Frank Ready, ALM Media: Legal Departments Face New Cybersecurity Challenge: Pandemic-Caused Fatigue

Extract from Frank Ready’s article “Legal Departments Face New Cybersecurity Challenge: Pandemic-Caused Fatigue” Some legal departments are taking on greater roles in leading their organization’s cybersecurity efforts at a time when businesses in general may be facing an uphill battle in protecting their networks. For starters, pandemic safety measures have left many employees working from …

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Wendy Cole, OpenText: The Evolution of Investigation and Early Case Assessment

Extract from Wendy Cole’s article “The Evolution of Investigation and Early Case Assessment” Facing ever-increasing legal, regulatory and resource pressures, corporate counsel and their external legal advisors must stay ahead of the curve to protect and promote their organization’s best interests. In an investigation or potential litigation, it is critical that teams, despite a plethora …

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Mike Hamilton, Exterro: Fall 2020’s Most Interesting E-Discovery Cases

Extract from Mike Hamilton’s article “Fall 2020’s Most Interesting E-Discovery Cases” Judges across the country are not in alignment on whether spoliation sanctions can be warranted under the court’s inherent authority — and outside the scope of FRCP 37(e). Regular readers of our quarterly Case Law Review might recall that the court’s use of Inherent …

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Doug Austin, eDiscovery Today: Here’s a New Industry Initiative to Develop a Proportionality Benefit-Burden Model

Extract from Doug Austin’s article “Here’s a New Industry Initiative to Develop a Proportionality Benefit-Burden Model” Since the 2015 changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), proportionality in eDiscovery has become more emphasized – and rightly so.  But the process of balancing benefit and burden to determine what’s proportional has been highly subjective …

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