Friday Funnies -- Exterro E-Discovery Meme Series ("Frankly, My Dear" Edition)

Created on April 14, 2017


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                                                         This week's E-Discovery Meme from Exterro reminds us that the court won't care if you can't adequately preserve your data, so it's important that you use all the tools at your disposal! Visit our entire catalog of E-Discovery Memes and Cartoons, and feel free to share the fun with friends and colleagues to celebrate another successful week! Remember, E-Discovery is always better when you have a sense of humor. Cheers! Read More

Attention Paralegals: Do You Have an E-Discovery Case Management Checklist?

Created on April 7, 2017


Content Marketing Manager

Attention E-Discovery Paralegals: chances are, you don't have an e-discovery checklist. Even though e-discovery activities tend to be sequential, full of dependencies and bound by time and resource constraints, very few legal professionals think of them in the context of traditional "project management." There is a lot to be mindful of in e-discovery, with ample opportunities for errors and oversights. Medical professionals rely on checklists to make sure nothing falls through the cracks and to record activities and events so they can be revisited. Would e-discovery professionals not... Read More

A Conversation about Proportionality with Hon. Craig Shaffer, Ralph Losey, and Eric Mandel regarding Solo v. United Parcel Services

Created on April 7, 2017


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Staying up to date on case law continues to be the best way to know how to effectively leverage your e-discovery process, as well as see how the courts are defining the now-year-old FRCP amendments that took effect in December 2015. Recently, Exterro’s Director of Marketing Programs, Mike Hamilton, spoke with three leading industry thought-leaders to recap some of the latest case-law and to get their takeaways. One case that was focused on was Solo v. United Parcel Services (E.D. Mich., Jan. 10, 2017), and the conversation centered around Rule 26 and proportionality. Solo v. United... Read More

Swift Transportation: Bringing Value and Efficiency to the Entire Company (New E-Discovery Case Study)

Created on April 7, 2017


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The Phoenix, Arizona based Swift Transportation operates a tractor fleet of approximately 18,000 units driven by company and owner-operator drivers, as well as more than 40 major terminals positioned near major freight centers and traffic lanes in the United States and Mexico. A newly released case study shows how they used e-discovery technology to streamline their processes and create efficiencies in the way they managed employee movements and legal holds, which in turn brought value to the company as a whole. Swift’s Legal Department centers on a philosophy of constant... Read More

Friday Funnies! Exterro's E-Discovery Meme Series (Early Bird Edition)

Created on April 7, 2017


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                                                This week's E-Discovery Meme from Exterro reminds us that sometimes even the early bird doesn't get the worm -- or the ESI! Visit our entire catalog of E-Discovery Memes and Cartoons, and feel free to share the fun with friends and colleagues to celebrate another successful week! Remember, E-Discovery is always better when you have a sense of humor. Cheers! Read More

Join Actiance and Exterro for Executive Roundtables in Detroit and Chicago on "Evolving E-Discovery Requirements: Act fast or get left behind"

Created on April 5, 2017


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Evolving E-Discovery Requirements: Act fast or get left behind Join Actiance and Exterro for Executive Roundtables: Detroit: April 12th - 11:30am-1:30pm, Wolfgang Puck Steak, MGM Grand Chicago: April 19th - 11:30am-1:30pm, RPM Italian Speakers: Robert Cruz, Director of Information Governance for Actiance. George Socha, Managing Director in BDO Consulting’s Forensic Technology Services practice. Nishad Shevde, Director of Strategic Operations at Exterro. Most organizations are facing the harsh reality that new communication methods beyond email - SharePoint, Slack, Skype... Read More

White House Allegedly Purges Electronic Devices after Order to Preserve Data: An E-Discovery Teachable Moment

Created on March 31, 2017


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According to an article published in the Independent, allegations have arisen surrounding “White House officials and members of Donald Trump’s transition team…reportedly ‘purging’ their electronic devices to avoid being compromised by subpoenas.” This comes after government lawyers ordered the President’s staff to “preserve any materials that could be connected to Russian interference in the 2016 election.” Spoliation of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) is nothing new in the world of e-discovery, and while there are differences between civil and criminal courts,... Read More