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Jul 24
2014

When Data Trumps Documents as Evidence

When Data Trumps Documents as Evidence - Blog post by Josh Headley_Facebook and Twitter posts, GPS information, employee time card and other electronically stored information (ESI) is useful evidence for litigation.

Digital evidence can take many forms and, sometimes, it’s all about the data. Here are some examples of when data trumps documents in civil litigation.

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Jul 16
2014

A Quick Guide to eDiscovery Production Formatting Options

In an optimal scenario, parties will agree on the basic elements of the production format before the data sets are processed and prepared for review.

In an optimal scenario, parties will agree on the basic elements of the production format before the data sets are processed and prepared for review.

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Jul 9
2014

Don’t Be Afraid of Document Management! | 7 Best Practices for Getting Started

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“How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” The same should apply to addressing information governance in your organization – no matter what size you are.

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Jul 2
2014

What is Predictive Analytics and How Does it Work?

Predictive Analytics uses past decisions to forecast future decisions. This post provides examples on how it can be implemented in various workflows.

Predictive Analytics uses past decisions to forecast future decisions. This post provides examples on how it can be implemented in various workflows.

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Jun 26
2014

9 Steps to a More Defensible Email Collection Protocol

Take these nine steps for a more defensible email collection protocol and keep your eDiscovery project on track.

Keep eDiscovery projects on track with these best practices for a defensible forensic collection of exchange email data and subsequent searches.

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Jun 19
2014

When Companies Should Secure Their Data [INFOGRAPHIC]

Jun 11
2014

5 Best Practices For Dealing With Text in eDiscovery

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This defines the different types of text (OCR and Extracted) dealt with during discovery and provides best practices for litigation support teams.

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Jun 5
2014

Requesting Every Text Message on Your Client’s iPhone May Be Overkill [VIDEO]

Requesting Every Text Message on Your Client's iPhone May Be Overkill [VIDEO]

Digital Forensics Expert shares tips on what to do – and what to avoid – when requesting data stored on a client’s mobile device for discovery.

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May 30
2014

Can You Use Predictive Coding To Break Up With Your Current eDiscovery Protocol?

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Judge Leen’s recent court decision regarding predictive coding promises to be one of the most hotly debated since Da Silva Moore.

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May 28
2014

It’s About Time: UTC, GMT, ESI and eDiscovery

Why D4 recommends as a best practice to process ESI with the UTC standard (Coordinated Universal Time)

“Isn’t processing ESI in UTC and the GMT time zone the same thing?” This blog answers this and other questions relating to UTC and ESI processing.

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