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Do you know where your data is?

By Michael Milicevic, Esq, Managing Director, CDS Chicago. One of the first questions providers often ask when engaging with a new client on an eDiscovery matter is a fairly simple one: Where is your relevant data located? Unsurprisingly, the answers … Read more >

Technology Assisted Review in 2017: Bridging the Knowledge Gap

On September 7th and 8th, 2017, CDS’s Daniel Diette, Esq. and Jeff Salling, Esq. attended the Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies’ Technology Assisted Review (TAR) Best Practices conference. This invitation-only event brought together nearly 100 eDiscovery experts from law … Read more >

Preparing for EU GDPR Enforcement

By Dino Medina, Esq., General Counsel at CDS, and Matthew F. Knouff, eDiscovery Counsel at CDS. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was approved in April 2016 as part of the effort to bring consistency and clarity to laws … Read more >

Court Grants Recovery of eDiscovery Costs

By Jeff Salling, Esq., Director of Business Development, CDS. When it comes to eDiscovery costs, most courts have limited reimbursement on the grounds that only scanning and production can be recovered. According to these decisions, expenses for processing, hosting, or … Read more >

Unexpected Places to Reduce Costs Sensibly in eDiscovery

By Michael Milicevic, Esq, Managing Director, CDS Chicago. As the volume of electronically stored information continues to increase, cost conscious law firms and corporate legal departments are beginning to scrutinize their eDiscovery budgets. However, many firms and corporations just think … Read more >