Retention Robots: Automatic Legal Holds Becoming the Norm for Corporate Legal

By By Rhys Dipshan |

A Zapproved survey found that in the face of sanctions and a growing volume of disparate corporate data, many companies are turning to technology to help manage legal holds.

Top 5 Tools for Your E-Discovery Survival Kit

By Jeff Braislin, FTI Technology |

As data volumes and varieties grow, analytics and machine-learning e-discovery technologies can help cut through the clutter.

UK Government Looks to New Technology to Tackle Lagging E-Disclosure Framework

By Ed Silverstein |

Experts say the UK government is "probably a decade or so" behind the commercial sector for e-disclosure, but recent technology adoption aims to close the gap.

Comments Are In for Sedona's Third Edition Principles. What's the Next Steps?

By Zach Warren |

A public comment released by EDI reveals that the fight over the influential e-discovery Principles is far from over.

DTI-Epiq Unified Company to Rebrand as ‘Epiq’ in 2018

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

The rebrand comes nearly a year after DTI’s record-breaking $1 billion purchase of Epiq.

Wendy Riggs, senior analyst with Keesal, Young & Logan.

Former Twitter E-Discovery Manager Moves From Big Tech to Big Law

By Rhys Dipshan |

E-discovery veteran Wendy Riggs discusses the compliance challenges of dealing with homegrown tools and ever-evolving technology platforms.

K2 Intelligence Launches Tech Lab, Underscores Managed Services Influence in E-Discovery

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

The firm will launch its own in-house technology lab to retrofit companies with tailored compliance and cybersecurity technology.

The New FRE Rule 902 Should Lead to Litigation Cost Savings, Experts Say

By Rhys Dipshan |

Speakers at Legalweek West explained how the recent FRE changes makes presenting evidence in court less costly and burdensome for litigators.

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The Present and Future of Analytics at Today’s Law Firms

By Zach Warren |

A panel of law firm attorneys discussed their strategies and predictions for analytics in e-discovery, litigation and more at Legalweek West.

Social Media, Text Messaging Causing Anxiety for Financial Industry Compliance Officers

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

New electronic communications are causing headaches, but also new business opportunities, for financial services organizations.

The GDPR: Current Considerations for Corporate Legal Counsel and Discovery Teams

By Ryan Costello, eTERA Consulting, Cybersecurity Law & Strategy |

The purported penalty scheme and steep financial consequence of non-compliance to the GDPR is, without question, an effort to get companies of all stripes to stand up and take notice.

Eric Mandel, director, Solutions Architecture, E-Discovery, Ricoh USA

Ricoh USA Brings E-Discovery Expert Eric Mandel on Board as Director

By Zach Warren |

The LTPI and Sedona Conference thought leader was drawn to the company's 'decision to invest in providing services.'

Corporate E-Discovery Struggles With Employee Mobile Device Proliferation

By Rhys Dipshan |

As companies expand mobile device in-house, many are worried about their ability to limit the exposure of potentially discoverable corporate data.

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Data Protection Education Lacking, but Hardline Policies Deny Reality of Employee Behavior

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

A kCura-sponsored study found that, when companies have data policies in place, employees often don't know about them or fail to abide by them.

E-Discovery Heads In-House, and It's Not Just Because of Cost

By Rhys Dipshan |

In an industrywide survey, legal technology expert Ari Kaplan found corporate e-discovery is being leveraged more toward information governance and analysis tasks.

E-Discovery Veterans are Tackling a 'New Generation of Challenges'

By Zach Warren |

Steve Vranas, who recently moved to Zapproved, talks lessons learned from his 15-year e-discovery career and his view on the industry's trajectory.

Julie Chain, Millnet.

The E-Discovery Calling: Millnet's Julia Chain Talks New Jobs and Technology Shifts

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

Chain found her way into e-discovery after a series of career changes, bringing with her the skills of general counsel and tech consulting positions past.

Culture Clash: 3 Tech Rules When Collecting Data from the EU

By Rhys Dipshan |

Fine-tuning e-discovery, legal hold and redaction processes can help U.S. legal practitioners navigate the challenges in collecting EU data.

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Bringing Automation In-House, MinterEllison to Develop AI With Joint Venture

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

MinterEllison and Goat Ventures will co-produce a platform that broadly applies artificial intelligence to legal services delivery.

3 Areas Where IoT is Already Impacting Lawyers

By Ian Lopez |

The increasingly wireless world spells increasingly difficult challenges for lawyers in law firms and organizations of all sizes.

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When Lawyers Become Hackers

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

A look at how attorneys might find “ethical hacking” useful in the e-discovery process.

E-Discovery an Exercise in Creativity, Says DiscoverReady's Laurey Harris

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

Profiled as part of LTN's Plugged In series, Harris found a "viable industry" in e-discovery where she could demonstrate creativity and leadership.

Corporations Move Toward Encryption, But It’s a Mixed Blessing for Legal

By Rhys Dipshan |

As corporations increasingly eye encryption to mitigate cybersecurity risks, e-discovery operations may become more challenging.