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.
Evolving privacy and confidentiality laws — here and abroad — are making the e-discovery process more delicate than ever. Caught unaware, businesses and the lawyers who serve them can run
Relying on employees to furnish their own smartphones and tablets makes it tricky to control data
...organization. Dealing with ESI on an ad hoc basis is common in e-discovery; trying to manage it when a case is pending is wasteful...
...plan," said Dera Nevin, the bank's managing counsel for e-discovery. The TD Bank group is using cloud-based data storage to...
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...the first to create a fixed-fee-with-collar arrangement with its e-discovery data processing vendor, resulting in savings of $1.3 million....
Nearly two years after rolling out a model order intended to get a grip on out-of-control electronic-discovery demands, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit's advisory council is poised
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