Two eDiscovery veterans discuss the use and disuse of predictive analytics.
The facts in this case clearly show that counsel were either purposely stonewalling or completely oblivious regarding the preservation and production of materials from salesforce.com. Regardless of the reason, there are some takeaways and lessons learned.
The ESI in the spotlight were images captured and stored on a video surveillance system, and specifically, images that may have recorded the incident.
The IRS should have taken immediate action to collect the data on Lois Lerner’s laptop. Instead, her hard drive crashes and the agency shreds it.
Part 1: Series explores the application of data analytics to eDiscovery. This part dives into predictive data analytics; what it is and how it works.
Hon. Judge Peck participated on panel on the proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Evidence; this is what he had to say…
In almost every litigation matter on which I consult with clients, at some point we discuss the discovery of databases. The conversation begins with a brief discussion on tables, SQL, queries, reporting and the differences of structured versus unstructured data. The conversation usually ends with the question, “do we really have to do this?”
Do any of us seriously think we have a right not to have email seized as possible evidence…just because the email is stored on an offshore server?
Four lawsuits illustrate how technology-assisted review and predictive coding can save time, money and courtroom nightmares.