[Editor’s Note: This article has been republished with permission. It was originally published December 20, 2023 on the eDiscovery Assistant Blog] In Episode 127, on the ACEDS and eDiscovery Assistant […]
The Future Society, an independent nonprofit organization based in the U.S. and Europe, together with IEEE, has developed and launched this week their Model Protocol for Electronically Stored Information (ESI).
From Bankers’ Boxes to Hard Drives- the Evolution of eDiscovery Since the introduction of the “E” to eDiscovery, there has been a massive transformation in where and how lawyers and
Your friendly neighborhood Technocat is back to shed some light on the captivating topic of legal hold notices. (Riveting I know!) The legal hold process for Electronically Stored Information (ESI)
In the beginning, there was paper. And lots of it. Seriously warehouses stacked with banker’s boxes as far as the eye could see. And the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
The International Organization for Standardization, known as ISO, has been setting standards in the business world since the 1940s. Expert teams at ISO have developed more than 24,000 international standards
The California Supreme Court recently issued an opinion that analyzes the public disclosure of police body camera footage and demonstrates the overlap between e-Discovery processes and other records production schemes.
Social media is increasingly important in eDiscovery, employment investigations and jury research. Using social media in legal and HR matters raises significant ethical issues. Lawyers and other legal professionals should
Here’s How You Want to Be Governing Enterprise Information: An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound in Cure
In the eDiscovery world, we talk a lot about understanding the rules as it pertains to putting a Legal Hold on data, collecting that data, and proportionality. One of the