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Judges Address the 3 'P's of E-Discovery at Georgetown Panel

Judges Address the 3 'P's of E-Discovery at Georgetown Panel | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
“ At the Georgetown Advanced E-Discovery Institute, 12 jurists discussed proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that may affect e-discovery proportionality, preservation and paying for the process.”
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E-Discovery: Cooperation and proportionality, the past, present and future

E-Discovery: Cooperation and proportionality, the past, present and future | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
Cooperation and proportionality have been required by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure for decades yet have been conspicuously missing from practice.
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How to Get from 1998 Style Records Management to Information Governance for 2018

How to Get from 1998 Style Records Management to Information Governance for 2018 | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
Are you still struggling with the records management problems of 1998? You're not alone.. Topic: Information Management
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Proportionality, text messages and smartphones on appeal

Proportionality, text messages and smartphones on appeal | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
Applying the principle of proportionality to preservation of electronically stored information (ESI) is gaining traction, as witnessed by recent court opinions, thought leadership and even proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
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Information Management and the EDRM: First Things First | Xact Data Discovery

Information Management and the EDRM: First Things First | Xact Data Discovery | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
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An Insider’s Perspective on Intelligent E-Discovery

An Insider’s Perspective on Intelligent E-Discovery | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
By: Andrew Bartholomew Most attorneys dread e-discovery. It’s widely viewed in the legal community as a necessary evil that can and often does consume resources and divert focus from the true merits of a case.
Kate Burke Mortensen's insight:

Exactly!  Be proactive.

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You Need a Duty to Preserve Before Issuing Sanctions

You Need a Duty to Preserve Before Issuing Sanctions | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
In a case where the Court called the Defendants' disclosures troubling, the Plaintiffs sought sanctions for the failure to back-up hard drives or issue a litigation hold. There was one big problem ...
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9 Ways to Cut E-Discovery Costs

9 Ways to Cut E-Discovery Costs | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
Cost control continues to dominate corporate counsel's extensive list of issues and priorities.
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The message - use technology and be proactive!

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$1,000,000 Demand But Can’t Afford An eDiscovery Vendor

$1,000,000 Demand But Can’t Afford An eDiscovery Vendor | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
Northstar Marine, Inc. v.Huffman, a recent case from the Southern District of Alabama, stemmed out of allegations relating to a contract to clean up the aftermath of the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.  The Plaintiff demanded $1,000,000 in...
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In Practice: ESI Sampling, the New Trend

Taking a cross-section of responsive documents may be a way to satisfy the proportionality standards under the newly proposed FRCPs, explain discovery consultant Philip Favro and Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal.
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Big Data, Big Opportunity

Big Data, Big Opportunity | eDiscovery Matters | Scoop.it
Big Data technologies and analytics are changing how firms innovate and compete. IT leaders can and should drive Big Data analytics, and align with the firm's business leaders.
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Attorneys - don't be afraid of analytics.

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