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Forensics Collections to E-Discovery

Articles  |  posted on August 30th, 2013  |  Download PDF

Since the amended United States Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have taken effect in 2006 to incorporate electronically stored information as discoverable, technology in the legal space involves an interesting mix of forensics, e-discovery and review. There are now software companies that have done a great job in bridging the gap from forensic collections to data analysis and data/document review.

BP Oil Spill Plaintiffs Successfully Deploy iCONECT Review Platform

Articles  |  posted on March 22nd, 2013  |  Download PDF

Organizations that face complex litigation events are better prepared to face their ediscovery challenges when the stakeholders have taken steps to align their agendas, business processes, and IT infrastructure investments at the onset. Under this scenario, the ediscovery document review and collaboration platform should have the scale, performance, and infrastructure capabilities to support multiple data formats, complex workflows, and granular security, work product, and data segregation models while still meeting review and production turnaround objectives and cost constraints.

IDC Analyst Connection :: eDiscovery Challenges and Technology Solutions

Articles  |  posted on October 16th, 2012  |  Download PDF

As data volumes grow, more corporate litigants will look to technology-assisted review technologies to realize process efficiencies and enhance eDiscovery strategy response planning. IDC anticipates an increase in the use of technology-assisted large scale review among litigants as well as an expansion in the types of use cases using these technologies.

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