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Preventing the high costs of eDiscovery in litigation, audits, and internal investigations

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | July 31, 2018
Be prepared

Companies today are receiving pressure from all sides, exacerbating the costs of an already expensive process – eDiscovery. Rising pressure from the increased use of data, domestic and international regulations, globalization, changing business models, more educated thus demanding clients and…

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Rethink eDiscovery - it no longer sucks!

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | July 24, 2018
Rethink eDiscovery

If pushed, you can probably list several benefits of using eDiscovery technology when reviewing large amounts of electronically stored information (ESI). You’ll know that the technology is typically faster, cheaper and more reliable than using human reviewers to do the work. But you may also…

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Reduce legal fees by taking control of your eDiscovery

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | June 7, 2018

When in-house counsel are fed up with $600 per hour billings from outside law firms for time spent struggling (and too often failing) to meet today’s eDiscovery needs, the question naturally arises: How can we reduce outside legal spend, especially on fees for inefficient services? You’re invited…

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Utilizing eDiscovery tools for internal investigations

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | May 29, 2018
investigation

As corporations look to consolidate the number of applications utilized to support their businesses, parallels in the use cases of existing solutions across the enterprise can be better leveraged. Case in point, eDiscovery applications, once thought to be the domain only of legal or the corporate…

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Takeaways from CLOC: legal operations as new competance for general counsel

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | May 3, 2018

We've said before that understanding of technology is increasingly becoming an important skill for the modern General Counsel. Last week we were at the annual conference of the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) in Las Vegas where the CLOC Legal Operations Maturity Model was presented. We…

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Reducing your legal fees

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | April 20, 2018
Review

eDiscovery is unpredictable, disruptive, and stressful. It also is the most expensive part of litigation. And required IT resources and litigation budgets are impossible to plan.

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Where GDPR meets eDiscovery, part 3: GDPR-compliancy as a competitive advantage

Lennert Hoogvliet
Lennert Hoogvliet | April 12, 2018

By the end of May 2018, the GDPR will regulate all activities involving the personal data of EU citizens. Under this regulation, companies around the world are only allowed to process and store data of European citizens if they can prove compliance with the strict rules of the GDPR.

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Where GDPR meets eDiscovery, part 2: the difference between anonymization and pseudonymization

Lennert Hoogvliet
Lennert Hoogvliet | April 3, 2018
Pseudonymization

In last week’s blog, we discussed storing archives that are often subject to regulatory requests or eDiscovery. Redaction and anonymization are very practical and cost-effective means for GDPR-compliant storing of data repositories and archives that are often subject to regulatory requests or…

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Where GDPR meets eDiscovery, part 1: storing archives that are often subject to regulatory requests or eDicovery

Lennert Hoogvliet
Lennert Hoogvliet | March 29, 2018
Where GDPR meets eDiscovery

The high number of participants in last week’s ACEDS webinar “There is no Silver bullet to cover all GDPR requirements”, shows there is a lot of interest for the new legislation that becomes effective end of May this year. The Q&A session also learned people struggle to grasp what they really must…

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