May 2016 Whitepaper
As we reflect on cases of from 2008-2016, we continue to see the courts analyzing them for spoliation with a high bar to determine if awarding sanctions is appropriate.
June 2016 Newsletter
Often overlooked in e-discovery is speed. Tradtionally, e-discovery was measured in days, weeks and months. The slow pace is accepted “as is” because there have been few alternatives…
July 2016 Webinar
In this 30-min discussion learn from Sarah Thompson of Zapproved and Jeremy Schaper of BlueStar Case Solutions about how corporations are rapidly adopting cloud technologies and both the benefits and challenges of what they will face from an e-discovery perspective.
What e-discovery resources do you need? The team at Zapproved regularly produces educational e-discovery resources for the community. It is our belief that technology should speed justice, not the other way around. We also believe that in order to democratize discovery, people must be informed about available e-discovery resources so that they may keep current on the trends and issues affecting corporate legal departments. At the foundation, the key to controlling cost is limiting the data set that requires in depth review. The best way to accomplish this goal is through a combination of preservation best practices and the smart use of technology that enables affordable and efficient e-discovery processes.
Zapproved is widely recognized for its thought leadership surrounding issues affecting e-discovery. Over the years, we’ve come to realize that best practices are critical. Companies who focus on preservation best practices and develop a culture of compliance, mitigate risk and reduce costs. That is why on our website, you’ll find a rich compendium of educational material. Whether it is a review of relevant case law surrounding legal hold best practices, or a white paper on the total cost of ownership for cloud solutions, events like the Conference on Preservation Excellence (PREX), or e-discovery best practices webinars, there is something for audiences of all experience levels.
Although we have a rich library of e-discovery resources for the community, we are always interested in feedback from the audiences we serve. Please contact us and suggest an e-discovery resource that you would like to see.