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Identifying Employee Status Changes Before They Become E-Discovery Nightmares

Created on January 22, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

Ask any in-house legal professional involved in legal holds and preserving electronically stored information (ESI) about the most difficult parts of their job, and it's likely you are going to hear about tracking custodian status changes, such as departures, departmental transfers or extended leaves of absence. These employee “movements" are an unavoidable reality for large companies. The Society of Human Resources Management estimates that the average annual employee separation rate is around 15%. Applied to a company with 5,000 employees, that translates to 750 employee... Read More

Exterro Launches Legal Hold Foundation

Created on January 20, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

The following post is authored by Bill Piwonka, Exterro's Chief Marketing Officer I'm nearing my one year anniversary with Exterro – my first day was actually spent flying to New York City for Legal Tech New York last year. Over the weekend I was reflecting back on things I thought I knew when I started, and things I think I know now. One of those themes has been around treating E-Discovery as a business process. What I thought I knew then was that applying the discipline of process optimization within the legal department, and specifically to E-Discovery, made a ton of... Read More

“Bold” E-Discovery Predictions for 2015

Created on January 9, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

The following post is by Bill Piwonka, Exterro's Chief Marketing Officer I recently wrote an article for CMS Wire providing my e-discovery predictions for 2015 and thought I'd explain them in a bit more color here. I encourage you to read the full version of the article on the CMS Wire website as well. Like most of you, I've read plenty of trends/predictions articles over the years and after a while they all start sounding the same. I don't think I've necessarily broken the mold here, but I did want to be a bit bolder than many and would love to hear your feedback in... Read More

E-Discovery Case Law Trends from 2014 - Exterro Blog

Created on December 29, 2014


Content Marketing Manager

I recently posted on a panel discussion surrounding some of the top e-discovery and information governance trends from 2014. Today, we continue on the year in review theme with a summary of Exterro's recent webcast, “ Judges Roundtable: 2014 E-Discovery Case Law Review," which is now available for complimentary on-demand viewing here. The webcast featured United States Magistrate Judge Frank Maas (Southern District of New York), U.S. Magistrate Judge Kristen Mix (District of Colorado) and U.S. District Judge Xavier Rodriguez (Western District of Texas). The webcast began with... Read More

A Brand New Day for Exterro

Created on December 22, 2014


Content Marketing Manager

Following is a guest post by Bill Piwonka, Exterro's Chief Marketing Officer If you're a regular - heck, even a casual - reader of our blog, you've probably noticed things are different. Today marks the culmination of a lot of hard work and long hours prepping to launch a new website and logo for Exterro. Before I explain a bit of the thinking that went into this project, I want and need to send a very public “thank you" to my team for their efforts to make this happen. It's been incredibly gratifying to watch them display all the characteristics we hold dear here –... Read More

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