Extract from Kelly Twigger’s article “Episode 112: Is Elusion Testing a Good Way to Test the Viability of Search Terms?”
Welcome to this week’s episode of our Case of the Week series brought to you by eDiscovery Assistant in partnership with ACEDS. eDiscovery Assistant is a SaaS based platform and knowledge center that helps lawyers and legal professionals leverage the power of ESI as evidence. It is the only legal research database devoted exclusively to eDiscovery case law.
My name is Kelly Twigger. I am the CEO and founder at eDiscovery Assistant, as well as the principal at ESI Attorneys. Each week, I choose a recent decision in eDiscovery case law from our eDiscovery Assistant database and talk to you about the practical implications, what it means for you, your practice, your clients, and how to do discovery of ESI better.
The bulk of our learning in eDiscovery comes from case law. Unlike any other substantive area in the law, the constantly evolving landscape of technology means that the trial courts at both the federal and state levels are regularly issuing new opinions on parties’ obligations around ESI. Our goal here today is to look at the recent decision that we’re talking about, and to really delve into how you can leverage what you’re learning from that decision every day for your clients.