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Proportionality & Case Preparation

In-house insights with Brad HarrisDriving Down the Cost of EdiscoveryIn-house Insightswith Brad HarrisProportionality & Case PreparationDriving Down the Cost of Ediscovery Part 3A key to driving down the cost of ediscovery is to recognize that most preservation and...

Failing to Plan Is Planning to Fail

In-house insights with Brad HarrisDriving Down the Cost of EdiscoveryIn-house Insightswith Brad HarrisCreating a Litigation Response PlanDriving Down the Cost of Ediscovery Part 2Without a clear, strategic litigation readiness and response plan, you run more than the...

Taming the Big Data Dragon

In-house insights with Brad HarrisDriving Down the Cost of EdiscoveryIn-house Insightswith Brad HarrisTaming the Big Data DragonDriving Down the Cost of Ediscovery Part 1The more data you have, the higher your ediscovery costs. Therefore, the first step to driving...

Prepare data custodians for litigation response

Fifth in a series of best practices for litigation readiness.The legal department may spearhead the company’s litigation response strategy, but success is dependant upon the cooperation of custodians. Every potential data custodian at your organization — from the...

Ediscovery Best Practices: Map All of Your Data Streams

Mapping your data streams: know what ESI you have and where it is How prepared is your company to respond to a litigation matter? If the thought of receiving a preservation letter in advance of a lawsuit or an investigation makes you break out in a cold sweat, we can...

In-House Ediscovery: A Six-Step Guide to Taking Control

Ready to migrate in house? Six steps to a successful transition — and how to reap the benefits. More and more businesses are migrating at least some of their ediscovery in house, gaining greater control over their results in the process. And for good reason: in-house...

Audit Trail Checklist: Set Yourself Up for Success

Follow these five steps to create a defensible legal hold audit process Litigation is inevitable — and all too often, so are accusations of lost, destroyed or withheld evidence. Yet many companies aren’t prepared. They may not have a clear record of when a legal hold...

Rapid Response: Are You Ready for the Storm?

Prepare your litigation response plan before you need it Just like severe storms, litigation can strike unexpectedly, creating urgent and unpredictable demands on businesses. Are you ready to respond quickly, smoothly and cost-effectively? Or are you passively waiting...

Are You Ready for the GDPR launch?

These 20 Questions Will Help You Prepare for the GDPR Launch. You’ve probably heard about the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) — but are you ready for it to go live on May 25, 2018? Or is your company one of the estimated 50 percent unlikely...

Optimizing Office 365 for Ediscovery

PREX17 session summary offers a roadmap to making the most of MicrosoftⓇ Office 365Ⓡ to improve legal outcomes. Today, practically everyone is using Office 365 — but few understand how to take advantage of its potential for ediscovery. Are you leveraging this powerful...

Weighing strategies: Collect to Preserve v. Preserve in Place

Rapid technology evolution and new data sources are making preservation for ediscovery harder and more expensive than ever to manage. At the 2016 PREX, the premier conference for in-house e-discovery professionals, panelist Ryan Blackhart, Discovery Counsel at Google discussed collection strategies: collecting to preserve versus preserving in place, and he shared his thoughts as to when to deploy which strategy to best serve an organization’s interests while meeting their duty to preserve.