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Zapproved’s E-Discovery Case Law Summaries, Summer 2017 Volume

Zapproved’s E-Discovery Case Law Summaries Summer 2017 volume reveals the latest trends in applying the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to address cases involving preservation and discovery missteps. Find out which e-discovery pitfalls to avoid and how the courts are bringing issues of proportionality, cooperation and preservation to the forefront.

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Slash Spending with In-House Processing & Review

Unlock five ways to reap the benefits of bringing e-discovery to the cloud Keeping in-house e-discovery costs in check is a constant balancing act. Complex litigation and regulatory matters — along with pressure to streamline operational spending — create an often...

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Unlock the Legal Hold How-To Guide

Take charge of e-discovery preservation with these six steps to a better legal hold process. It’s no secret: managing a legal hold defensibly and sustainably is a demanding job. You must know your duty to preserve evidence — and issue each legal hold quickly, clearly...

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PREX17 and the modern era of technology

Get insights on why every company is a tech company when it comes to e-discovery. By Jennifer Bantelman, Senior Director of Product Management at Zapproved What’s the first thing you do when you get to the office every morning? For me, it starts with coffee. Once I...

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Brad Harris’ 5 reasons not to miss PREX17

Join Brad Harris, e-discovery experts and peers in Portland to learn, grow and connect this September. Anyone who has attended PREX knows the amazing power of this premier e-discovery conference. Each September, we welcome renowned judges, accomplished experts and...

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Aiming high for a new and exciting future

With Vista’s partnership, CEO Monica Enand shares why Zapproved is strategically poised to grow and advance the e-discovery software market. This week we announced that Zapproved is accepting a strategic investment from Vista Equity Partners. I am extremely proud of...

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Close the gap on Office 365 e-discovery success

In-House Elevated Series Keep legal preservation defensible during Microsoft Office 365 migration, and beyond. Get proven e-discovery best practices from Zapproved in this solution brief on managing preservation in a hybrid data environment. The duty to preserve does...

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Unlock e-discovery wellness tips for healthcare

Get proven e-discovery best practices for healthcare companies in this solution brief from Zapproved. Discover the legal and compliance trends affecting the healthcare industry — and how to outsmart them. Keeping pace with healthcare regulations can feel daunting. For...

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Give your e-discovery process a booster shot

Get proven e-discovery best practices for pharmaceutical companies in this solution brief from Zapproved. With growing scrutiny over product safety, patient data security and FDA compliance, pharmaceutical companies are facing greater litigation threats than ever...

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Does your e-discovery process need a tune up?

Get proven e-discovery best practices for automotive manufacturers in this solution brief from Zapproved. The automotive sector has experienced an extraordinarily challenging few years. More than 100 million vehicles were recalled in 2014 and 2015 — a new record —...

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Celebrating pioneering judge, Jane Bolin

In the spirit of PREX17, rediscover a judge who made history. Aside from handing down game-changing decisions, judges have paved the way for human rights. As we prepared the PREX17 judges panel, we reflected on their huge role in history. Without judges, the world...

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PREX17 is even better with co-workers

Act now to save on PREX17 team registration PREX17, the nation's premier conference for in-house e-discovery professionals, is fast approaching. Be sure to take advantage of the biggest savings on registration before April 30! When you register as a team, you'll save...

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Learn from 3 cases of cross-border compliance mishaps

Discover ways to build an e-discovery culture of compliance that is litigation-ready. This free whitepaper offers insights on cases involving Volkswagen, Apple, Samsung and Takata. Nobody’s perfect at e-discovery. But in three recent cases involving international...

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Bringing E-Discovery In House: A Recipe for Success

Discover the secret ingredients for successfully transitioning from outsourced to in-house e-discovery from three in-house legal professionals. Corporate counsel face constant pressure to do more with less. As data stores escalate, and as litigation and compliance...

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Get the full PREX16 proceedings catalog here!

2017 Strategic E-Discovery Insights and Best Practices loaded with the proceedings from 2016 PREX, the premier conference for in-house e-discovery professionals, has arrived. Each year, PREX, the premier conference for in-house e-discovery professionals, brings...

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Meet the Corporate E-Discovery Hero Awards Finalists

See the 16 finalists chosen for the Corporate E-Discovery Hero Awards. Register for the Jan 30, 2017, celebration with NPR’s Nina Totenberg to honor all finalists and celebrate the winners. Book your seats for this special event, taking place the evening before Legaltech New York 2017.

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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.

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Minimal Sanctions for a Minimal Showing of Prejudice

In a breach of contract matter, the court refused to impose severe spoliation sanctions under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37 where a party requesting sanctions did not demonstrate prejudice because the lost files were generally irrelevant or available from other sources.

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