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eDiscovery is no longer confined within the borders...
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How to Reduce Your Threat of Cyber Attacks in Wake of China Hack Allegations
With all the news coming out of Washington last week as part of the confirmation process for Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and the disclosure by Facebook of a breach that affected at least 50 million users, it would be easy to miss the equally significant story about the latest variant of nation-state cyberwarfare. | On Thursday, October 4, Bloomberg Businessweek reported that agents...Continue Reading
X1 Insight and Collection & RelativityOne Integration: Testing and Proof of Concept
eDiscovery is a complicated business. For a typical litigation, there are at least five separate stages, collection, processing, review, analysis, and production, and while the average discovery period lasts eight to ten months, the matters themselves can run for years. During the lifecycle of a common eDiscovery project, these five stages are usually performed by several different parties, which further complicates the process by...Continue Reading
D4 used Relativity to pinpoint a single Chinese character with hundreds of thousands of WeChat messages
An employee at a Chinese company confessed to an off-the-books billing scheme totaling several million renminbi stolen from a customer—but without evidence, his employer couldn’t seek legal action against him. Taking up the case on the employer’s side, D4 turned to Relativity to identify the smoking gun: a single Chinese character. Fueled by this discovery, the team pieced together a timeline to unravel the scheme and build their case so they could bring the bad acto...Continue Reading
Why You Should Implement Pre-Review Analysis in Your ECA Workflow
For some, ECA is a process by which legal teams evaluate matters, performing analyses that help them to model cost and risk factors associated with defending, prosecuting or settling a matter. For others, ECA is a more defined protocol for investigating a specific universe of data and developing plans for collection, culling, and processing in preparation for document review. Sometimes the latter process is called early data assessment (EDA). | EDA is often a macro-level analysis...Continue Reading
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