In this paper, we recommend a four-step legal hold data migration plan derived from proven best practices. The result: a new legal hold system that can be certified to reflect past and present efforts, thus meeting court-mandated preservation requirements.
This paper examines three instructive cases from the past 12 months and the role process and technology serve to help build legal defensibility and organizational efficiency in e-discovery.
This guide from Exterro and RSD provides a four-step process to help organizations ensure responsive data is adequately protected.
Exterro’s Quick Guide: E-Discovery for IT Professionals examines e-discovery technology trends from an IT perspective, focusing on such themes as data security, accessibility and scalability.
For U.S.-based, multinational organizations, privacy statutes in foreign nations have become a minefield. This paper discussions the importance of proactively managing the use of ESI based in foreign countries during e-discovery.
This whitepaper debunks popular myths surrounding e-discovery collection and offers practical advice for developing a targeted collection strategy that substantially reduces ESI volumes while preserving counsel’s ability to meet e-discovery obligations.
This Quick Guide delivers a compilation of recent E-Discovery Beat writings that address common questions legal teams have about predictive technologies and showcases how real-world users are already taking advantage of these exciting new capabilities.
This buyer’s guide will help IT teams identify requirements for e-discovery software selection, deployment and management.
In this whitepaper, e-discovery experts from PricewaterhouseCoopers and Exterro examine three techniques, (1) Custodian Self Preservation, (2) Preservation by Collection and (3) In-Place Preservation, for ensuring defensible, efficient e-discovery preservation.
This Quick Guide highlights two popular cross-border cases and recent developments in global data privacy laws, while also addressing common questions that legal teams are presented when faced with cross-border e-discovery issues and best practices for improving e-discovery and regulatory cross-border privacy processes.
This paper examines current case law and outlines the “Five Steps to Avoiding Common Legal Hold Mistakes.”
This quick guide examines five significant legal hold cases and provides a look into the legal hold mishaps, blunders and miscommunications that, surprisingly, are all too common in today’s legal practices, as well as highlight tips and best practices for improving legal hold management practices.
This white paper delves into the e-discovery challenges faced by today’s enterprises and provides practical steps for applying a “facts first” approach that both exceeds court expectations and reduces discovery costs.
If your company was served with a discovery request tomorrow, would you be able to immediately comply with that request? Would you be confident that you could locate all of the relevant data in a timely manner and deliver it for litigation? Rule 26(a) states that initial meet and confer disclosures must include relevant data sources. Organizations are required to inventory electronically stored information (ESI), classify data and communicate time and cost estimates for its discovery.