Laptops, smartphones, tablets and other gadgets have forever changed the rules of engagement
...stored information. An organization's electronically stored information, or ESI, is not just a pile of electronic files. It is part of...
...their demands and waive existing objections to the defendants' electronically stored information (ESI) methodology, but left open the door to requesting content-based analytics after...
National Law Journal
Trial team turned to tablets and apps to process tsunami of documents
...at law firms and corporate law departments. Electronically stored information (ESI) is going to explode over the next year, Cowen declared. No matter...
...The rapid increase in the volume and sources of electronically stored information (ESI) has changed how corporate legal departments plan for and react to litigation...
Despite technological advances, attorneys are reluctant to yield control of the discovery process
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