Discovery

When is a Copy Not a Copy? Court Cuts up to 90% of Claimed eDiscovery Copy Costs

In this hilarious dramatization of a deposition proceeding, an attorney attempts to pin down a witness’s definition of the term…

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Lessons Learned from the Top eDiscovery Cases and Trends from 2014

The adage that law turns slowly does not hold in eDiscovery. This year saw unprecedented sanction awards for falling behind…

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Court Endorses “Computer-Assisted Privilege Review” in Rule 502(d) Order

In a new development on the predictive coding front, a federal court just issued an order under Federal Rule of…

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Where Is the Data You Visualize?

Remember how BI companies used to market big data a few years ago? Most of them just connected to a…

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Top 5 ECM Activities at Enterprise World

Enterprise World brings people together and sparks off planned and unplanned opportunities. It’s a place where new acquaintances, friends and…

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3 Trends in Embedded Analytics

Data visualization is everywhere. Whether you check your online bank account, monitor your workouts, discover the energy consumption of your…

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Archiving – Do You Need to Upgrade? [Part 2]

Part 2 – Symptoms As an archive system falls behind the times, the symptoms of its failure show up in…

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Improving Compliance with Information Governance

The Financial Services industry has seen risks and, notably, costs change a lot in the past year. The costs of…

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When to Fight for Predictive Coding

Common wisdom tells us to pick our battles carefully. It also tells us timing is everything. In an abundance of…

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Fax Compliance in an Ever Changing World

Today’s world of regulatory compliance is hard to keep up with. Regulatory standards regarding information security in particular are always…

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Bridgestone v. IBM Approves Predictive Coding Use, Rejects Progressive

The combined use of keywords and predictive coding is consistently being upheld as defensible. Trying to argue against this method…

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eDiscovery Costs Keep Rising: It’s Time for Software to Come to the Rescue

I read the recent 2014 Norton Rose Fulbright Annual Litigation Trends survey, which (rather unsurprisingly) shows that corporate lawsuits continue…

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The Building Blocks of eDiscovery Investigations – 5 Key Techniques

Fact investigation is all about building hypotheses into conclusive understanding. This process is so pervasive that even TV show investigators…

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New Sanctions Ruling Spotlights Importance of Handling eDiscovery in the Cloud

“Discovery did not go smoothly” explained U.S. Magistrate Judge Terence P. Kemp as he described a series of “baffling” eDiscovery…

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Challenges & Opportunities When Business Users Get Predictive Analytics [Webinar]

Thanks to new tools that are more powerful and easier to use, predictive analytics is moving from the labs of…

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The 6 Most Important Requirements for Enterprise Document Archiving

Guest post by Richard Medina. First published on RichardMedinaDoculabs.com. In What Should You Do with Your Legacy Archiving System?, I…

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OpenText Supports the Information Governance Initiative [Video]

Barclay Blair, founder of the Information Governance Initiative and a long-time consultant in the field, likes to compare Information Governance…

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Information Governance in the Energy Sector: Engineering Document Management and ECM

This is part of our blog series that explores how Information Governance is delivering value to utilities, mining and oil…

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Information Governance in the Energy Sector: Treating Information as a Valuable Resource

 This is the first in a series of blogs that explore how Information Governance is delivering value to utilities, mining…

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Discovery Suite Release—Unlocking Value in Unstructured Information

Unstructured information is the most valuable untapped resource in the enterprise today based on its potential to reveal hidden insights,…

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