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Why Basic Search Engine is Not Enough

 28-10-2014 (91)
 Jan Scholtes

On October 23, professionals dealing with eDiscovery, Law Enforcement, Regulatory Oversight and internal investigations gathered at the eighth annual e-Discovery and e-Investigations Forum in London, to discuss best-practices and legal requirements, all focused on cost and risk reductions. They all agreed that data collections will continue to dou...

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Spoliation “shocks the conscious”: Blistering sanctions in wage and hour class action

 20-10-2014 (143)
 Mary Mack

The spoliation of evidence is the intentional or negligent withholding, hiding, altering, or destroying of evidence relevant to a legal proceeding. The goal of spoliating or tampering with evidence is usually to cover up evidence that would be disfavorable to the doer in some way. However, in the case of UMC’s class action suit for unpaid com...

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Benchmark your eDiscovery: No budget approval necessary

 14-10-2014 (287)
 Mary Mack

What is “good enough” in eDiscovery? What are “best practices” or “community benchmarks”? Enterprises pay dearly to have outside consultants come in, assess and benchmark eDiscovery in the hopes of reducing costs, risks and time. What if I told you there was a tool, readily available, usable by anyone in your o...

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File Analysis Solutions... Which One Best Fits Your Needs?

 07-10-2014 (405)
 Jan Scholtes

The explosive growth of unstructured data is forcing many IT managers to think about data management. As IT managers, data managers and legal professionals are seeking ways to manage the vast volume of unstructured data to reduce costs and risks and increase operational efficiencies, Gartner released their "Market Guide for File Analysis Software" ...

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