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3 Key Steps to Outsource eDiscovery: Understanding the Bill

3 Key Steps to Outsource eDiscovery Understanding the Bill

Note:  This article was written by Francis George. Before bringing any eDiscovery processes in-house, it’s important to understand exactly what is going on outside the house. Amy DeCesare manages both internal and external eDiscovery teams, and has always maintained how important it is to understand what you’re spending the firm’s money on. She tells the story of how one team ... Read More »

4 Steps for Deciding to bring eDiscovery In-House or Outsource It

4 Steps for Deciding to bring eDiscovery In-House or Outsource It

Note: The following is a guest post from George Socha, the president and founder of Socha Consulting LLC, an electronic discovery consulting firm. Many corporate legal departments and government agencies are struggling with a common question right now: do we bring everyday eDiscovery in-house, outsource it to a qualified service provider or just leave our workflow the way it is? ... Read More »

“eDiscovery is for Everybody” and 5 Tips for Small Law

“eDiscovery is for Everybody” and 5 Tips for Small Law

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. Electronic discovery is often discussed through the lens of big-ticket commercial litigation and high-stakes federal investigations, matters typically handled by large law firms and government litigation teams. There is good reason for that, of course, since the dollar amounts ... Read More »

The Complexity of eDiscovery Amid the Evolution of Technology

The Complexity of eDiscovery Amid the Evolution of Technology

Note:  The following is a guest post by Jessica Solano, a litigation technical consultant with the LexisNexis litigation solutions team. Do you remember when your imagination used to dream how our lives would easier if with a few modern conveniences?  Did you dream of jet-setting to different planets, living like the Jetsons with a robotic maid, or teleporting your objects ... Read More »

The 5 Biggest eDiscovery Challenges at Government Agencies

The 5 Biggest eDiscovery Challenges at Government Agencies

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. One of this year’s more intriguing political stories was touched off by reports that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton maintained her email on a private server, using personal accounts, during her term in office. The Clinton email controversy ... Read More »

5 Steps on the Road to Leveraging Machine Intelligence in Legal

5 Steps on the Road to Leveraging Machine Intelligence

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. Lawyers and legal technology professionals are struggling to grasp the vast potential of “machine intelligence” to reinvent the way we litigate in the U.S. A 2011 article in the New York Times reported on the broad sense that we ... Read More »

Walmart AGC: Keys to “Insourcing” Early Case Assessment

Walmart AGC Identifies Keys to “Insourcing” Early Case Assessment

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. In the complex and costly world of litigation eDiscovery, the insource vs. outsource debate has been raging for the past decade. Does it make more sense for corporate clients to continue allowing their trusted outside counsel ... Read More »

3 Ways the Cloud is Changing eDiscovery

3 Ways the Cloud is Changing eDiscovery

A recent InsideCounsel webinar titled Cloud E-Discovery: Solving the Right Problems with a Modern Approach  raised some though-provoking ideas about the cloud and it’ effect on eDiscovery. The session, which counted a well-balanced panel representing corporate legal operations, legal technologists and cloud vendors, presented both challenges and opportunities for eDiscovery in the cloud. The presentation – which included an interesting ... Read More »

4 Key Implications of Early Case Assessment Technologies

4 Key Implications of Early Case Assessment Technologies

According to Gartner, by 2020, information will be used to reinvent, digitalize or eliminate 80 percent of business processes and products from a decade earlier. That trend line appears to be right on track in the legal industry, where evolving tools and technology in the area of early case assessment provide just one example of how information governance is being ... Read More »

YouTube Friday:  eDiscovery Explained Simply

YouTube Friday eDiscovery Explained Simply

The “e” in eDiscovery doesn’t stand for “easy” and some experts (like the video nearby) argue that eDiscovery is greater challenge for IT than it is for lawyers.  In its simple terms, eDiscovery is short hand for the process of turning unstructured data – sometimes staggering amounts of it – into something we can understand. YouTube is filled with resources ... Read More »