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Electronic Discovery Best Practices

I. INTRODUCTION [1] The concept of electronic discovery is still somewhat intimidating to many attorneys, but those who have learned to implement electronic discovery best practices are enjoying the advantages it offers, which include greater control over document review and production processes as well as significant cost reductions. Whether you come to the discovery process [...]

Don’t let electronic evidence bury your firm

By Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek   Electronic Evidence How vastly the world has changed in the past decade. Today, more than 90 percent of our documents are electronic and most never will be converted to paper. We send e-mails at a frenzied pace — North America alone transmits more than 4 [...]

How to Avoid Common Pitfalls

Over the past few years, many multinational companies, and the law firms that service them, have made a concentrated effort to control the management of data created, stored, or sent overseas. It is no easy task. An estimated 99 percent of new information is stored electronically, mostly on computer hard disk. This is a tremendous [...]

Making Forensics Elementary at Your Firm

The electronic-discovery phenomenon is here to stay — and the industry is still exploding. The percentage of electronically-stored-information evidence in the standard case has increased exponentially, and all signs on the information superhighway and on roads leading to court indicate that ESI in litigation will escalate as time goes by. Along with e-discovery, the field [...]

Computer Forensics & Data Preservation

Court-appointed trustees and receivers, or fiduciaries, identify, recover and evaluate assets and historical financial information. They are aided by a team of professionals, including attorneys, accountants, financial advisors, appraisers, investment bankers and others, depending on the nature of the matter. In the past, this meant sifting through reams of paper records and issuing subpoenas for [...]