What Is the Cloud?

What Is the Cloud?

What Is the Cloud, and What Does It Mean for Businesses? The cloud describes a global network of computers and servers that store and process data. Data and software in the cloud are located on physical servers — at least one, but usually more — somewhere in the...
What Is A Legal Hold?

What Is A Legal Hold?

Legal Holds in Ediscovery: What They Are and When You Need Them A legal hold, also known as a litigation hold, is the process by which an organization advises personnel when information must be preserved for potential litigation matters or investigations. The legal...
What Is Collection?

What Is Collection?

Questions About the Collection Phase of Ediscovery? We’ve Got Answers Collection is part of the second stage of the ediscovery pipeline, in which data that may be pertinent or relevant to a civil litigation matter is collected for preservation and/or discovery....
Return of Case Law by the Clock!

Return of Case Law by the Clock!

Learn What Federal Judges Really Think You read case law and court opinions all the time; they’re integral to maintaining a current understanding of the ediscovery landscape. But how often do you get to hear what federal district and magistrate judges really think?...
What Is Preservation?

What Is Preservation?

Understanding the legal hold stage of discovery Preservation is the process of keeping physical items and electronically stored information (ESI) intact for discovery during litigation. To preserve potential evidence, parties must protect that information from being...
What Is SOC 2?

What Is SOC 2?

What Is SOC 2 Type 2 and Why Does It Matter in Litigation Response? What Is SOC 2® Certification? SOC 2 Type 2 certification is the gold standard in keeping ediscovery data secure. Ediscovery often involves a company’s most sensitive, important internal information....