Searching for the right eDiscovery mobile app? Legaltech News shares four things you should keep in mind when choosing an app that best meets your mobile eDiscovery needs.
Legaltech News publishes Epiq’s thoughts on the role of machine learning, business intelligence and data security in eDiscovery from the 2016 ILTA Conference.
eDiscovery is a booming industry – which means it’s reached the point of price compression. But what does that mean for legal technologists, eDiscovery users, litigators and regulators? Legaltech News explains.
- Bishu Solomon Girma joins Epiq’s Toronto, Canada office as director of eDiscovery solutions. Bishu has extensive experience managing complex litigation and document review.
Whether you’re a seasoned Big Law law firm partner, a mid-career corporate counsel, or just got your ticket, eDiscovery can be overwhelming. But it’s here to stay — and growing exponentially with the rise of Big Data. Ratchet up your eDiscovery comfort level with this white paper from Legaltech News.
- Data protection - especially during eDiscovery, when data is critical and often highly sensitive - is top of mind for every legal practitioner, compliance specialist, and IT professional. The complexities and risks of discovery are compounded during multijurisdictional cases. Focus on these four areas to mitigate the danger of data transfer across borders.
Want to make better decisions about the preservation and collection phases of eDiscovery projects? Read this article from Law360 for tips on common email archiving and document management systems, how they impact electronic discovery, and what to look for when approaching eDiscovery collection and preservation.
The legal sector has been slow to adopt business intelligence practices. However, eDiscovery business intelligence holds great promise for legal teams on the forefront of the industry. Read this article to learn how legal teams can track – and distill valuable lessons from – trend data supplied by the latest eDiscovery tools.
Read our checklist to create clear communication between IT and legal throughout the eDiscovery process. Learn top tips for IT teams, tips for in-house legal teams, the most important questions to ask and how to overcome organizational roadblocks to streamline the eDiscovery process.
Handling multilingual electronically stored information (ESI) in eDiscovery comes with many challenges. Read on for your passport to managing multilingual ESI, including the legal restrictions you need to know when handling electronically stored information collected internationally, best practices for processing and reviewing Multilanguage ESI, how to choose eDiscovery software for handling foreign ESI, and tips for evaluating ESI translation services.
Collecting electronic discovery across borders can take months – all while facing court deadlines. Mobile discovery, or “in-country review,” can help alleviate the complexities involved in FCPA investigations and other multijurisdictional legal matters and streamline your international eDiscovery efforts.
Legal practitioners can’t ignore the importance of mobile device data in discovery. Read this Law360 article for four key areas to consider when approaching electronic discovery of data collected from mobile devices.
When the European Union Court of Justice (CJEU), issued the Schrems decision, it invalidated the EU Commission’s Safe Harbor program, which had allowed for legal data transfers between the EU and the U.S. Read this to understand the decision’s immediate effects on Canadian organizations conducting eDiscovery and other legal transactions.
Beyond encryption, mobile eDiscovery faces challenges with data retention, inaccessible custodians and ineffective BYOD (“bring your own device”) policies. In this article, Legaltech News explains the technology and privacy barriers to effective discovery involving data from mobile devices.
It’s critical for in-house counsel to understand the process of conducting electronic discovery. Download our free guide to learn everything corporate counsel needs to know about eDiscovery from start to finish.
Buying, implementing and managing a legal hold software tool is a significant initiative. However, switching from one system to another can have challenges too, especially when it comes to data migrations. Download our free guide to learn the four-step process for successfully making the move.
From technological advances in eDiscovery to cost reduction pressures, the litigation support industry is changing. In this article from Law360, explore the implications of the changing nature of the litigation support function.
Audio evidence is an important source of discovery content in litigation and regulatory investigations. However, managing audio evidence can be costly and time-consuming. Epiq can help to reduce the cost and risks associated with voice recordings.
Litigation and eDiscovery in the pharmaceutical industry takes special efforts. Understanding the technical and business aspects of database systems is critical to eDiscovery success. This complete guide in Pharma Magazine shares top things you need to know to conduct database discovery in the pharmaceutical industry.
Domestic regulations such as HIPAA, FCRA impose special handling requirements for data used in eDiscovery. And international regulations add even more complexity – in this paper, legal discovery experts share what you need to know about U.S. Export Control Laws and Regulations for electronic discovery.
LegalTech News reports on Epiq’s latest iteration of its best-in-class eDiscovery managed services platform. Read the article to learn more about its customized reporting and other advanced eDiscovery features.
Data breach is inevitable for most organizations. Millions of records of personally identifiable information (PII) are lost or stolen every year, resulting in penalties for breach of regulation, increased litigation and damage to brand reputation. Read our guide for the top six steps to GDPR-readiness.
The English predictive coding case, Pyrrho Investments Ltd & Anor v MWB Property Limited & Ors, sent a clear signal that predictive coding is judicially approved for use in electronic discovery cases in England. Read this HK Lawyer article to learn more about what predictive coding is and how to best apply it.
Audio evidence can be pivotal to a legal case. Failure to manage this evidence effectively can leave businesses open to judicial criticism, damaging publicity and fines from regulators. Read this quick guide for strategies for managing voice recordings for the financial industry.
Mobile data is evolving – with “Bring Your Own Device” workplaces becoming more prevalent. This Legaltech News article explains the evolution of mobile management and what it means for data security, privacy and the future of mobile litigation and mobile eDiscovery.
The risk of data breaches is high, so it’s essential that companies ensure each supplier that handles their data meets regulatory security requirements. This free white paper gives you the seven essential questions you must ask every eDiscovery provider before letting them handle your data.
Technology-assisted review, also known as predictive coding, provides a critical advantage in the search and analysis of large data volumes in eDiscovery and document review. Learn more about this advanced eDiscovery document review technology in this article from Raconteur Magazine.
Learn how the “Internet of Things” affects FRCP (Federal Rules of Civil Procedure), and data access for legal discovery and electronic discovery projects in this Legaltech News article.
Compliance officers in the financial services industry must find a way to make disaster detection a manageable job. In this article from Raconteur Magazine, read more about powerful tools and techniques drawn from the world of eDiscovery to aid in this job.
The transatlantic transfer of personal data between the European Union and the US is now governed by new data privacy compliance obligations following an October 2015 ruling that invalidated the previous Safe Harbour privacy accord. For businesses, this means a new set of rules to learn and a new set of standards to adhere to. Learn what you need to know in this Financier Worldwide article.
- The trans-Atlantic transfer of personal data between the European Union and the United States is now governed by new data privacy compliance obligations following a ruling that invalidated the previous Safe Harbor privacy accord. For U.S. businesses, this means in-house counsel teams need to learn and adhere to a new set of rules and a new set of standards - read this article in Corporate Counsel for what you need to know.
- For many legal practitioners, Asia remains a legal challenge, whether it’s the different data sources, the lack of familiarity with case law or an understanding of the legal landscape in different countries, from Hong Kong to China to South Korea and elsewhere. The $10 billion+ global eDiscovery market is growing by roughly 10 percent every year, and by 2019, 7 percent of the global market will be in Asia. Read on to learn what legal practitioners need to know about this growing market.
- The rise of Big Data means you may face complexities and increasing liabilities related to electronic discovery decisions. Organizations must be ready for eDiscovery for all countries and jurisdictions in which they operate - read on for a few tips about what you can expect in electronic discovery in the future.
- Read this article in the Hong Kong Lawyer discussing the challenges of conducting electronic discovery in Asia.
- All organizations are looking for ways to be more efficient and save costs, so it’s no surprise that many are interested in finding an electronic discovery partner offering a low price. What they often fail to convey, however, is the final and true cost of a project. Unforeseen coverage gaps, lax security practices, ignorance of global practices and/or delayed deliverables can all add up to a sum that’s much higher than promised. Read on to learn the risks organizations run when they sacrifice quality for cost-savings.
- Business intelligence is not just changing how companies work — it’s redesigning litigation tactics, including electronic data discovery. eDiscovery business intellignece can help lawyers decide whether to litigate or settle a case, track and better understand data, predict outcomes and gain firmer control of litigation. Read on to learn how you can put eDiscovery BI to work for you.