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4 Challenges with Document Production in Government

4 Challenges with Document Production in Government

A recent study by Deloitte found that 75 percent of litigation professionals at government agencies are “not confident” their agency could demonstrate their eDiscovery data is “accurate, accessible, complete and trustworthy,” if challenged. This refreshingly candid – but disconcerting – revelation illustrates the serious challenges that government agencies face when it comes to the collection, processing, management and retrieval of ... Read More »

Litigation Business Case: Hosted vs. Internal Data Management

The Litigation Business Case Hosted vs. Internal Data Management

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. Many law firms and corporate legal departments alike are wrestling with the decision about whether to partner with an outside service provider to host their litigation data and litigation software applications or to stick with internal resources for this ... Read More »

Early Case Assessment:  The Haystack is Getting Bigger

Early Case Assessment The Haystack is Getting Bigger

Upwards of 90% of all data has been created in the last two years alone, according to Aaron Pierce.  The data statistics are staggering; the needle is the same size, but the haystack is getting bigger. He presented a session at ILTACON that walked attendees through two tools our company provides in support of early case assessment: the Early Data ... Read More »

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 »