In a recent webinar, experts discussed the latest technology and best practices for handling archived data. They also looked at how the accessibility of cloud storage will impact the Courts’ interpretation of proportionality.
Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
In a recent webinar, we hosted legal and technology experts to discuss how modern data management and storage strategies, designed for maximum accessibility, are squaring with the increasing pressure to achieve proportionality.
In March 2020, as offices around the world closed due to the global pandemic, CDS transitioned to fully remote document reviews. One year later, we have learned many lessons about what works and where adjustments and improvements can still be made.
The pandemic has tested us personally, professionally and organizationally. Successfully transitioning to this new reality required certain immediate, practical adjustments that not every employee, leader or company could reasonably make.
The adversarial process, the diverse parties, novel fact patterns – every litigation, every investigation, every deal offers the practitioner a chance to refine their expertise, extend their capabilities and apply their skill set.
As you begin to build a strong foundation for technological competence through educational efforts, it is essential to gain further understanding and skills through experience. I break experience into two categories: engagement and application.
Competence is the ethical foundation upon which everything we do as lawyers is based. To be competent is to have the necessary ability, knowledge, or skill to do something successfully. Traditionally, lawyers do this by refining their specific areas of expertise and pursuing continuing legal education.
With the Federal government looking to accelerate the adoption of secure cloud solutions for Federal agencies, Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) and software providers themselves are looking to achieve FedRAMP certification.
Every year, Relativity Fest brings eDiscovery, compliance and legal technology practitioners together to learn, share and connect and get the latest in eDiscovery news. This year, Relativity Fest 2020 was completely virtual with over 100 free live and on-demand sessions across 11 specialized tracks.
Relativity Fest 2020, held September 21-23, brought together the global eDiscovery community, with registrants from more than 40 countries who took part in over 100 free live and on-demand sessions across 11 specialized tracks. What everyone missed from attending the in-person event was compensated by the accessibility (free for everyone!) and convenience of joining virtually.
As the economic and legal spaces become increasingly globalized—and corporate and law firm teams find themselves mired in cross-border and multi-jurisdictional matters—simplified, universal access to critical case data in the cloud becomes more and more necessary.