Six steps to help litigators lose the boilerplate and write requests as sleek and modern as ESI itself
Compelling computer forensics, cybersecurity, and e-discovery tools from the CEIC conference
At the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference in Orlando, Fla., a number of vendors in computer forensics, cybersecurity, and e-discovery released new products, which make CEIC an annual e
...to a new .pst file or a set of files for messages (.eml), contacts (.vcf), and notes (.txt). The new files can then be imported...
Activity streams such as lists, comments, and "likes" provide content on social networks. Inside the law firm, the email activity stream reigns supreme, but managing its content can be a chal
...mdb, accdb), rich text (.rtf), as well as message formats: Thunderbird (.mbox, .eml) and Outlook (.pst, .msg). In effect, the new release will display highlighted...
...ppt, .pptx, .xls, .xlsx, rich-text file) and Outlook Exress Electronic Mail (EML). New options have also been added to Desktop Search that include the...
LegalTech New York's Exhibit Hall will be packed with exhibitors demonstrating new products and services. LTN Technology Editor Sean Doherty highlights, among others, Index Engines Octane and iConect
Processing .tiff files is expensive and as messy as stabbing vampires
Craig Ball looks at how often producing parties ignore designated forms from requesting parties and convert electronically stored information to costly, "fatter" tagged image file formats to accommod
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