Mar 20, 2020 11:30:04 AM | Marketing
No lawyer likes being challenged by opposing counsel on the efficacy and accuracy of a production. For significant litigation matters, few issues give rise to greater cost concerns than that of an incomplete or over-production of documents. The eDiscovery process is one that should be controlled by the best and most-proportionate combination of expertise, process, and technology. While law firms often possess both expertise and process know-how, they may be lacking in a key area: technology.
We're just three days into the New Year and predictions are starting to roll in on what's to come for legal tech in 2020. According to Law.com, "From ephemeral messaging to global expansion and beyond, lawyers and technologists believe eDiscovery will show no signs of stagnation in 2020."
Mar 19, 2019 4:13:48 PM | Marketing
I recently attended a webinar presented by EDRM and Exterro on “How to Evaluate & Improve your eDiscovery Process”. Below are some insightful key questions the presentation outlined, which should be considered if you are assessing your own eDiscovery workflows.
Mar 23, 2018 2:35:03 PM | Marketing
In an age of hacking, data breaches and cyber threats it is always important to revisit how you and your company handle all that sensitive eDiscovery data you may be storing. But between policies, password resets and figuring out the cloud it's hard to keep up, so we've put together a list of five security measures you shouldn't ignore and how they play a huge part in our industry.
Read on and save this list to impress your IT team at the next meeting - you eDiscovery security guru, you.
Feb 13, 2018 4:34:05 PM | Sean Lynch
I had the opportunity to speak on the CCCA webinar panel, "Managing the Cost, Risk, and Disruption of eDiscovery in Complex Litigation”, with fellow panelists Andrew Parley, partner at Lenczner Slaght, and Mel Hogg, Associate General Counsel at Ontario Power Generation. Our discussion centered around planning and managing complex eDiscovery projects, including document preservation, collection, and review.
As the "eDiscovery provider" on the panel, my key takeaways from the discussion are these:
Jan 23, 2018 9:55:49 AM | Marketing
Being able to quickly and easily collect data at a low cost is hugely important, but not always easy to achieve. Ricoh eDiscovery is releasing a new tool offering targeted, cloud-based data collections, significantly reducing the amount of time and money necessary. Our solution will allow users to deploy a data collection that is processed in our Microsoft Azure environment, and go from collection to review in a matter of hours.
Join the webinar to learn more about how Ricoh is making data collection a simple, efficient, and cost-effective process.
Dec 8, 2017 1:28:53 PM | Marketing