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    Preparing for Your First Data Breach

    Preparing for Your First Data Breach

    Imagine you are the CIO of a large financial institution and you just discovered two unencrypted laptops stolen from your premises, which contained customers’ personal information (also known as ‘personally identifiable information’ or PII). The highly visible data breach is likely to result in bad public relations and potentially a class-action lawsuit on behalf of the individuals whose identities were stolen.

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    Assessing the Gender Gap in eDiscovery

    Assessing the Gender Gap in eDiscovery

    Our Insights Thought Leadership and Industry Trends Everyone can agree that women have made significant inroads in every profession, but it is also clear there is still much work to be done, especially in positions traditionally held by men. eDiscovery is a niche...

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    More than Email: Handling ESI in 2020 and Beyond

    More than Email: Handling ESI in 2020 and Beyond

    Exchange email and unstructured data are old news. Today, we dig deeper into the tools and data formats that people use to communicate – Slack, Teams, Bloomberg – and how to make that data “reasonably usable” to lawyers.

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    Tips for Improving Your eDiscovery Search Queries

    Tips for Improving Your eDiscovery Search Queries

    While there is no perfect process and the parties may need to go beyond using search terms to find relevant documents, implementing a few tips and tricks when using search terms can make a big difference in the time and money spent on review.

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    Introduction to Using Relativity Analytics to Improve Document Review Workflows

    Managing Pre-Litigation Investigations for the Best Results

    Long before starting formal discovery, an internal investigation should be launched so a party and their counsel can understand and assess the information ecosystem, identify sources of potentially relevant information and examine these sources via sampling. Although a litigant may not be required to produce the information found, it is crucial that pre-litigation investigation be handled appropriately to ensure it is accurate.

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    More than Email: Handling ESI in 2020 and Beyond

    Corporate eDiscovery and Information Governance Teams Go to the Cloud

    While businesses have been showing increasing interest in moving to the cloud over the past few years, many companies have hesitated because of concerns about accessibility, control, security and cost. Today, however, we are seeing a sea change in corporations growing comfort level with cloud technologies.

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    Sharing Insights on Social Media and eDiscovery

    Sharing Insights on Social Media and eDiscovery

    Social Media and eDiscovery shared the limelight at this past month’s Women in eDiscovery Chapter meeting. The conversation explored the future of data privacy in the U.S. and the effect on social media preservation, as well as the interplay between U.S. and international laws.

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