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Judges Examine Key Differences between U.S. and European E-Discovery

Created on September 1, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

Exterro's inFusion `15 user conference kicked off with a fascinating keynote on the differences between e-discovery laws in the U.S. and Europe. What made the discussion so interesting was that it featured two judges with a decidedly different experiences handling e-discovery in litigation. Andrew Peck, U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York was joined on stage by Steven Whitaker, former Senior Master of the Senior Courts of England and Wales in the Queen's Bench Division. The two judges shared their perspectives on the key differences between... Read More

3 Things I’m Excited About for Next Week’s inFusion `15 Exterro User Conference

Created on August 20, 2015


Chief Marketing Officer

Next week will be my second inFusion Exterro User Conference since joining the Exterro team. Our annual meeting has grown immensely since it was first held in 2010, in terms of the number of attendees, the caliber of speakers, and the breadth of topics covered. One of the things that separates inFusion from a lot of traditional software user conferences that I've been a part of in the past is how diligently we stick to our overarching goal – to provide a forum in which our clients get not just product-centric training and information, but also real world best practices and... Read More

E-Discovery Project Design Meetings Matter

Created on August 20, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

We recently announced a partnership with the popular litigation support blog, Litigation Support Guru, to bring you new tips and advice for managing e-discovery projects. Amy Bowser-Rollins, a self-described 'litigation support enthusiast,' manages and writes the Litigation Support Guru, providing best practices for nurturing and mentoring less experienced litigation support professionals in advancing their litigation support and e-discovery careers. We are very pleased to have Amy contribute to our blog and share some of her insights and experiences. Her first post... Read More

New Survey Sheds Light on Biggest E-Discovery Data Management Obstacles

Created on August 19, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

Getting to the electronically stored information (ESI) that truly matters to the case as soon as possible is the single best way to reduce e-discovery costs. It also happens to be the biggest challenge. That point was underscored in a recent Exterro survey of nearly 150 e-discovery professionals who said locating responsive data was the most significant e-discovery challenge, ahead of tracking legal holds, managing projects and controlling the amount of data sent to review. We wanted to dig a little deeper so we ran a follow up survey looking specifically at what goes into... Read More

Mixed Views on the FRCP E-Discovery Changes

Created on August 13, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

Five years ago, a group of judges and legal professionals comprising the Federal Civil Rules Advisory Committee met at Duke University to begin the discussion of potential e-discovery rule changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). Barring something unexpected, those efforts will culminate in less than four months when an amended FRCP goes into effect. Rule changes are a big deal in e-discovery. The 2006 FRCP changes, which formally acknowledged e-discovery as a distinct and highly necessary legal process, are still frequently discussed today. Will the legal... Read More

Adding Clarity to IT’s Ambiguous Relationship with E-Discovery

Created on August 6, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

E-Discovery is a cross-functional activity that involves stakeholders with very different backgrounds and skillsets. While legal drives e-discovery, it's ultimately IT that is brought in to execute many of the critical tasks and navigate the technical complexities that permeate e-discovery projects. This bifurcated approach to e-discovery, where legal assesses the needs and IT does the work, is common across a lot of organizations. But e-discovery projects run much smoother and more efficiently when companies take a more holistic approach, characterized by close collaboration,... Read More

Social Media at the Forefront of E-Discovery Case Law Highlights for First Half of 2015

Created on August 4, 2015


E-Discovery Counsel

The end of June marks the halfway point for the year and is often a time for reflection on key events of the year. In e-discovery this usually translates to a review of cases that matter – those which reveal new or growing trends and those which provide answers or guidance with respect to significant problems. The recent Gibson Dunn Mid-Year E-Discovery Update is an excellent example of a comprehensive review. Like Gibson Dunn, Exterro uses the mid-year as an opportunity to learn from case law developed over the previous six months. Exterro recently presented case... Read More

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