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Examining IT’s Important and Evolving Role in E-Discovery

Created on February 27, 2015

Content Marketing Manager

In the context of e-discovery, “IT" has become a sort of nebulous label for any individual or team of individuals with whom legal works on anything and everything technical. The reality is that there are different types of IT professionals and IT's role in e-discovery varies greatly from organization to organization. Some companies, especially very large ones and those subject to heavy litigation loads, have a dedicated IT team for legal who are heavily entrenched in the world of e-discovery. Other companies operate in a more ad hoc environment where legal... Read More

Why Legal Should Care About Information Governance

Created on February 18, 2015

Demand Generation & Partner Marketing Manager

Not surprisingly, information governance (IG) was the hot topic at LegalTech New York earlier this month. While awareness around IG is certainly increasing, there is still a lot of ambiguity around what effective IG policies and practices look like and who within the organization should ultimately drive the overall strategy or at least have a seat at the table. Ed Hallock, Product Marketing Director at RSD, is an experienced IT professional with expertise in enterprise content management including document archive & retrieval, web content presentment, e-mail... Read More

Oregon Governor Scandal Involved Attempted Deletion of Thousands of Emails

Created on February 13, 2015

Content Marketing Manager

These days it seems that in just about every scandal involving a politician or prominent figure or institution, destruction or attempted destruction of electronically stored information (ESI) factors into the story. We reported previously on the scandal involving General David Petraeus, whose extramarital affair was discovered in part thanks to “metadata footprints" left by emails exchanged between the General and his mistress. Before that, we reported on the News of the World phone hacking scandal where an executive for the British media company was alleged to have deleted... Read More

Insights from the Floor, Events and Meetings at LegalTech New York

Created on February 13, 2015

Communications Director

Last week was the legal industry's version of the once-popular Comdex IT tradeshow…LegalTech New York (yes, I'm showing my age). Every vendor attends with bells and whistles, along with 3,000+ of our dedicated e-discovery and legal colleagues from corporations, law firms and government agencies. This was my 10th time attending in the past 12 years and this year's show proved to be exceptional. Over the course of the three days, I personally had more than 20 meetings with press and analysts, attended several ALM and vendor receptions (including our own), and had the privilege of saying... Read More

Take the Exterro 'Which E-Discovery Data Souce are You?' Quiz

Created on February 10, 2015

Content Marketing Manager

This year at LegalTech we gave Exterro booth visitors the opportunity to take a short, online personality quiz comprised of general questions about their interests and hobbies (I know what you're thinking and, no, we did not attempt to launch LegalTech's first online dating service). Instead, based on the responses to the quiz, participants learned which data source they most closely resembled. Besides providing LegalTech attendees with something a little more creative and unique than the typical exhibitor floor routine (there are only so many labeled pens one needs in life), the... Read More

~ Select Clients ~

JP Morgan Chase
United Health
American Express
Lockheed Martin
New York Life
Golden Living
Hanover Insurance
Consolidated Edison Company (Con-Ed)
Los Alamos National Lab
Washingon AGO
Juniper Networks
American Airlines
Lifepoint Hospitals