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    Start planning now for federal rule change in digital authentication

    Start planning now for federal rule change in digital authentication

    The latest proposed change in the Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE) addresses a common eDiscovery concern – authentication. Proposed FRE 902(13) and (14) look to help parties determine in advance of trial whether the authenticity of electronic evidence will be challenged. The Rules will allow for authentication using an affidavit by a competent forensics or eDiscovery professional, instead of live testimony.

    3 key questions for establishing chain of custody in your eDiscovery

    3 key questions for establishing chain of custody in your eDiscovery

    Our Insights Thought Leadership and Industry Trends By Jeff Salling, Director of Business Development, CDS. The challenges of eDiscovery are still being discovered as litigants and courts become more sophisticated in dealing with electronic information. One area that...
    Are you ready to handle mobile data conversion for eDiscovery?

    Are you ready to handle mobile data conversion for eDiscovery?

    Our Insights Thought Leadership and Industry Trends By Milton Cervantes, Director of Product Strategy, CDS. Although production of mobile data may not be required in a litigation, companies are increasingly considering mobile device data as part of their data...
    Are you ready to handle mobile data conversion for eDiscovery?

    The Trouble with Collecting Mobile Data for eDiscovery

    Our Insights Thought Leadership and Industry Trends by Kevin Treuberg, Director of Forensic Services, CDS. EDiscovery of mobile data is a growing concern for companies. Although production of mobile data is not automatically required in a litigation, eDiscovery...
    Data Security for the New York Litigator: Eight Key Take-Aways

    Data Security for the New York Litigator: Eight Key Take-Aways

    Our Insights Thought Leadership and Industry Trends On June 2nd, CDS’ eDiscovery Counsel Matthew F. Knouff moderated an MCLE program on data security for the New York State Bar AssociationCommercial and Federal Litigation Section. Over the course of three panels...