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eDiscovery for public disclosure: the quest for a transparent government

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | April 23, 2019
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eDiscovery technologies are proving to be powerful tools for improving internal records management and retrieval processes that serve to increase transparency into U.S. state and federal government agencies. And without a doubt, they’ve arrived not a moment too late. Legislative changes have…

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4 Solid reasons why law firm should use eDiscovery Analytics

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | April 18, 2019

Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionized the legal profession. Advances in AI-based eDiscovery analytics drastically increase the speed and improve the quality of the eDiscovery process not just for in-house counsel. Smart and innovative law firms already benefit from the use of the latest…

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Why SaaS eDiscovery is a natural fit for law firms

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | April 4, 2019
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Law firms are under pressure to offer excellent service and to control budgets at the same time. Lawyers work with aggressive schedules and their clients demand accurate and comprehensive results. The challenge is providing the best current technology at an acceptable cost. eDiscovery as a…

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Reduce regulatory request costs by utilizing in-house eDiscovery tools

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | March 27, 2019

 Meeting compliance costs is a never-ending project for businesses.  The Thompson Reuters 2017 Cost of Compliance report, stated 53% of global organisations expected their compliance budgets to moderately or significantly increase over the following 12 months.  In addition, 60% believed the cost of…

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How in-house counsel can utilize eDiscovery platforms for regulatory requests

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | March 22, 2019

In late September 2018, it was reported that EU anti-trust regulators were investigating whether BMW, Daimler, and Volkswagen colluded to restrict the rollout of clean emission technology.  An EU executive involved in the investigation said the "circle of five" - BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen Group's…

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Brussels, Belgium and eDiscovery: more important than ever!

Jan Scholtes
Jan Scholtes | March 20, 2019

eDiscovery is no longer just an American problem. For decades, eDiscovery has been considered a US problem, but this has all changed. Belgium and Brussels in particular, is slowly becoming the epicenter of European eDiscovery. Main driver is the increasing number of regulatory requests and…

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IT Teams, Regulatory Requests And eDiscovery – A Perfect Ménage à Trois

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | March 13, 2019
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Few situations can cause as much stress to IT departments as a regulatory request for information.  With little warning, teams are required to trawl through copious amounts of data, in an attempt to extract relevant material.   

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Sunshine Law requests getting cloudy? How eDiscovery can clear the way

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | March 12, 2019

 How can those at the sharp end of responding to public record disclosure and freedom of information requests benefit from the technologies and approaches used by eDiscovery specialists? In this article, we will discuss how agencies can reduce their request backlog and the risks associated –…

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SaaS eDiscovery technology: a law firm IT asset

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | February 26, 2019

Whether senior partners and leaders at small and mid-size law firms realize it or not, their IT department is in a powerful position to help the firm attract clients and perform more valuable work. Because the head of IT significantly influences technology purchasing decisions. And using the…

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