CDS shares insights into our collective experience at Relativity Fest 2018, from informative panels on topics like communicating with inter-generational teams and the intricacies of blockchain technology to socializing with industry peers, this post covers a little bit of everything!
Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
CDS has a history of firsts with Relativity and we’re continuing our tradition of innovation with our submission in this year’s awards, the CDS Managed Review Autotracker.
Quality control in eDiscovery is a time consuming process, but with new technology to visualize data, companies are saving time and money.
Cybersecurity is a big problem for many companies as evidenced by the constant media coverage of massive breaches. When these situations happen, experts come in to fix the breach, but that still leaves businesses to deal with their notification obligations. That’s where eDiscovery expertise can make a big difference.
Every user of Relativity knows that the tool offers an abundance of useful features.
To support a litigation case involving breach of contract, CDS was hired to deploy technology assisted review capabilities in order to meet a tight production deadline.
The current of movement into the cloud is flowing fast, and organizations from every sector are joining the rush—including the public sector.
Before any raw or native data can be reviewed for eDiscovery, it must first be “processed.” For those new to eDiscovery, the jargon and steps involved in data processing can be confusing. Our goal is to demystify data processing by describing what happens during this phase of eDiscovery at a high level and explaining some common processing terms and phrases.
A common misconception is that the legal industry and the law are by definition reactive.
Most eDiscovery requires redaction of information before it can be produced. Thanks to increasing regulations safeguarding personal information, the amount of redaction required is growing.