The Discovery Update August 2017

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The Discovery Update August 2017

  • Sheila Atkinson-Baker
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From the President

Hello,

Ediscovery challenges are becoming more and more prevalent in our professional lives.  This issue of The Discovery Update covers different facets of this.  I hope you enjoy the articles, written by experts in the field, and that you find some information you can utilize for the discovery aspect of your current cases.

Best regards,

Sheila Atkinson-Baker

eDiscovery Processing: Seven Tips for Reducing Stress (and Spend)

By Erika Namnath

In eDiscovery good processing decisions early on can make a big difference.

The collection is done and you finally have the data.  Now what?  What’s the best way to tackle processing without breaking a sweat, the bank, or your timeline?

Alongside early case assessment (ECA), this phase of eDiscovery presents an opportunity to undertake a defensible reduction of data and pass along only the material that will ultimately be necessary to review.  Here are a few tips that may help.

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Conducting True Review of eDiscovery: Where Strategy and Technology Meet

By Josh Gilliland, Gail L. Gottehrer, Joanne Lane, Paul Prewitt

The following is a brief summary of Conducting True Review of eDiscovery, a webinar sponsored by Kiersted.  The discussion was moderated by Josh Gilliland, e-discovery attorney in San Jose, and author of the Bow Tie Law Blog.  Participating were Gail L. Gottehrer, Axinn Veltrop Harkrider, LLP, a class action attorney focusing on complex civil litigation and an e-discovery thought leader; Joanne Lane, a recognized legal and e-discovery technology expert with over 20 years of law firm and corporate legal department experience; and Paul Prewitt, Kiersted’s eDiscovery Review and New York Operations Manager with 15 years of experience with high-level complex litigation. 

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The eDiscovery Learning Curve:  New Technologies and New Rules

eDiscovery Processing:  Seven Tips for Reducing Stress (and Spend)

Why TIFF Files Should Be Banned in eDiscovery

Top Five Tips for Using the Cloud for eDiscovery

Apple’s Approach to Augmented Reality Could Change the Litigation Landscape

WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED

E-Discovery Travel Guide Prepares Legal Teams for Adventure

Avoiding the Technical Mistakes When Drafting Written Discovery

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The eDiscovery Learning Curve: New Technologies and New Rules
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Why TIFF Files Should Be Banned in eDiscovery
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Top Five Tips for Using Cloud for eDiscovery
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Apple’s Approach to Augmented Reality Could Change the Litigation Landscape
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