The Two Different Ways TransCanada and McKesson Approach E-discovery

By Rhys Dipshan |

At a PREX17 session, legal managers from TransCanada and McKesson discussed two very different ways in which to streamline and manage e-discovery tasks.

Federal Judges Give 4 Ways to Survive E-discovery Expectations

By Rhys Dipshan |

At Exterro's inFusion conference, three judges discussed how legal teams can keep up with FRCP requirements in an increasingly complex digital world.

E-Discovery Veterans' Take On Increasingly Challenging E-Discovery Market

By Rhys Dipshan |

At Exterro's Infusion Conference, industry professionals explain why e-discovery is so challenging, and what you can do about it.

Counsel on Call Steps Up E-Discovery Game, Acquires DSi

By Ian Lopez |

The legal services group is looking to update its business strategy to compete in the modern e-discovery industry.

Data privacy concept.

With End-to-End Encryption, Compliance Trouble Brewing for Legal

By Rhys Dipshan |

An almost air-tight protection, end-to-end encryption can stop internal compliance or e-discovery efforts dead in their tracks.

Takeaways From Day 1 of GrubHub's Worker Classification Trial

By Ben Hancock |

The first court trial to test whether "gig economy" workers should be treated as independent contractors or employees got underway Tuesday.

Erasing Data

Plantronics Case: Limited Options, High Liability When Deleting Discoverable Content

By Rhys Dipshan |

A look at what one "intent to deprive" ruling says about discovery liability and how companies should design their retention processes.

E-discovery Giant kCura to Rebrand Company as Relativity, After Its Key Product

By Zach Warren |

The newly named Relativity is looking to clarify what it viewed as dual branding as it undergoes international expansion.

Retention Robots: Automatic Legal Holds Becoming the Norm for Corporate Legal

By By Rhys Dipshan |

A Zapproved survey found that in the face of sanctions and a growing volume of disparate corporate data, many companies are turning to technology to help manage legal holds.

Top 5 Tools for Your E-Discovery Survival Kit

By Jeff Braislin, FTI Technology |

As data volumes and varieties grow, analytics and machine-learning e-discovery technologies can help cut through the clutter.

UK Government Looks to New Technology to Tackle Lagging E-Disclosure Framework

By Ed Silverstein |

Experts say the UK government is "probably a decade or so" behind the commercial sector for e-disclosure, but recent technology adoption aims to close the gap.

Comments Are In for Sedona's Third Edition Principles. What's the Next Steps?

By Zach Warren |

A public comment released by EDI reveals that the fight over the influential e-discovery Principles is far from over.

DTI-Epiq Unified Company to Rebrand as ‘Epiq’ in 2018

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

The rebrand comes nearly a year after DTI’s record-breaking $1 billion purchase of Epiq.

Wendy Riggs, senior analyst with Keesal, Young & Logan.

Former Twitter E-Discovery Manager Moves From Big Tech to Big Law

By Rhys Dipshan |

E-discovery veteran Wendy Riggs discusses the compliance challenges of dealing with homegrown tools and ever-evolving technology platforms.

K2 Intelligence Launches Tech Lab, Underscores Managed Services Influence in E-Discovery

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

The firm will launch its own in-house technology lab to retrofit companies with tailored compliance and cybersecurity technology.

The New FRE Rule 902 Should Lead to Litigation Cost Savings, Experts Say

By Rhys Dipshan |

Speakers at Legalweek West explained how the recent FRE changes makes presenting evidence in court less costly and burdensome for litigators.

Kathleen McConnell, Seyfarth Shaw and Thomas Barnett Paul Hastings

The Present and Future of Analytics at Today’s Law Firms

By Zach Warren |

A panel of law firm attorneys discussed their strategies and predictions for analytics in e-discovery, litigation and more at Legalweek West.

Social Media, Text Messaging Causing Anxiety for Financial Industry Compliance Officers

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

New electronic communications are causing headaches, but also new business opportunities, for financial services organizations.

The GDPR: Current Considerations for Corporate Legal Counsel and Discovery Teams

By Ryan Costello, eTERA Consulting, Cybersecurity Law & Strategy |

The purported penalty scheme and steep financial consequence of non-compliance to the GDPR is, without question, an effort to get companies of all stripes to stand up and take notice.

Eric Mandel, director, Solutions Architecture, E-Discovery, Ricoh USA

Ricoh USA Brings E-Discovery Expert Eric Mandel on Board as Director

By Zach Warren |

The LTPI and Sedona Conference thought leader was drawn to the company's 'decision to invest in providing services.'

Corporate E-Discovery Struggles With Employee Mobile Device Proliferation

By Rhys Dipshan |

As companies expand mobile device in-house, many are worried about their ability to limit the exposure of potentially discoverable corporate data.

Server Room

Data Protection Education Lacking, but Hardline Policies Deny Reality of Employee Behavior

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

A kCura-sponsored study found that, when companies have data policies in place, employees often don't know about them or fail to abide by them.

E-Discovery Heads In-House, and It's Not Just Because of Cost

By Rhys Dipshan |

In an industrywide survey, legal technology expert Ari Kaplan found corporate e-discovery is being leveraged more toward information governance and analysis tasks.