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Why now is the time to take control of eDiscovery technology

Yannick Duport | December 18, 2018

One way of cutting our eDiscovery bills would be to write fewer emails, videoconference less, ditch Facebook and generally go on a strict data diet – but we all know that won’t happen. In fact, the opposite will happen: we shall have more data, more data formats ­and more data formats that are…

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Why Legal has nothing to fear from Technology

Yannick Duport | December 11, 2018

The science of document classification is not as old and venerable as the Law, but its roots go back to 19th century German academia. The first American school for library science saw the light of day at Columbia University in 1887. Now known as the School of Library Service, the department’s…

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Mind the gap: why outsourcing and IT tools hamper eDiscovery

Yannick Duport | December 4, 2018

eDiscovery is a massively disruptive event, and companies can be forgiven for wishing to outsource it. IT departments in particular get a raw deal: a lot of the burden of eDiscovery falls on their shoulders, but they are not in charge of the process.

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Assisted Review - let IT cut through the tech hype

Yannick Duport | November 21, 2018

The Law and Technology are not natural bedfellows. The Law explains itself in words (even words in Latin), but Technology uses networks, platforms, code – how many lawyers engaged in eDiscovery have ever seen a page of code, let alone written one? They have different mindsets, Legal and IT, and a…

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Social media’s impact on public records requests

Jeffrey Wolff | November 20, 2018

By 2002, we’d already come a long way. Then, we advanced so quickly that many are still struggling to catch up. Waves of innovation continually expand how we engage in public communications.

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Subject Access and Right to be Forgotten Requests

Lennert Hoogvliet | November 13, 2018

For compliance, internal investigations, and legal departments, the GDPR created a whole set of new obligations. Not only do data breaches have to be reported, but all subjects whose information has been breached must be informed. Additionally, it is now possible for any citizen of the European…

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Keep control over your data when information requests come in!

Yannick Duport | November 6, 2018

Many companies are insufficiently prepared for data requests. When a regulator comes calling, action needs to be taken immediately. All possibly relevant data is then handed to external legal services. As a result, control over the process, the costs, and the data is lost. There has to be a better…

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Leave the past behind: the right tools for efficient eDiscovery are here

Yannick Duport | October 31, 2018

The word is out:  Corporate counsel can effectively and affordably manage eDiscovery projects of all sizes in-house with a platform that uses the latest technologies. You have access to all the features and advantages you’ve been looking for in eDiscovery with the flexibility to handle large,…

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Corporate counsel’s journey to efficient in-house eDiscovery

Yannick Duport | October 25, 2018

Corporate counsel have used various tools and procedures over the years in their efforts to streamline eDiscovery and reduce outside spend. They’ve tried to outrace swelling floods of corporate data for decades, even as that data continues to drag them under by becoming increasingly difficult to…

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