technology providers

  • Risk assessment: A primer for corporate counsel, Part 2

    Risk assessment is not a one-time exercise. Because technology, business activities and personnel change frequently, risk assessment should be revisited and updated often. Business leaders and management should consistently ask “Have we identified any potential new risks” and “When was the last time we looked at risk assessment and subsequent...

  • Directions to an e-discovery solution: Left on premises, right on cloud

    Five years after the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure relating to e-discovery, you might expect that the legal profession and technology providers would have all of the kinks worked out for the best process of collecting, reviewing and producing electronically stored information (ESI).

  • E-discovery evolved: Smart searching

    In Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe, U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck’s opinion condoning the use of predictive coding was anything but a blanket endorsement of technology-assisted review (TAR).

  • E-discovery: “Liking” social media

    Social media’s prevalence in society continues to rise, as Americans currently spend at least one-fifth of their time online using Facebook, Twitter or one of the many other available platforms,

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