Electronic discovery (or e-discovery, eDiscovery) refers to discovery in civil litigation which deals with the exchange of information in electronic format (often referred to as Electronically Stored Information or ESI). Usually (but not always) a digital forensics analysis is performed to recover evidence. A wider array of people are involved in eDiscovery (for example, forensic investigators, lawyers and IT managers) leading to problems with confusing terminology.
Lawyers and corporate clients are trapped in a litigation settlement machine. When you take a close look at how disputes are resolved, it's not a pretty picture
When you take a close look at how disputes are resolved, it's not a pretty picture
... As TD Bank works its way out of an e-discovery mess that included court sanctions against its in-house and outside...
This year's Law Department Benchmarking Survey suggests that bad times might be history
It's been a long, difficult few years for U.S. corporate legal departments. In the wake of the financial crisis and the Great Recession, many general counsel had to make painful cuts to their ranks a
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...benefit, increasingly offshore legal activities such as document review, patent search and e-discovery to low-cost destinations like India, the Philippines and China. Lately...
A trend in case law is drawing attention to the lack of uniformity around the country in how federal courts are dealing with the loss of discoverable evidence, also known as spoliation
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