So new technologies are emerging and being accepted by courts that can dramatically reduce the costs of electronic discovery.
E-Discovery is the process of collecting and exchanging electronically stored information (ESI) that is requested during the discovery phase in civil litigation.
How Can I Leverage My Records Management Program To Support My Organization's eDiscovery Efforts? Gone are the days when Information Technology (IT) was the only part of the organization to have and need knowledge about where electronically stored information (ESI) resides.
RECENT RULE CHANGES CONCERNING LEGAL discovery for electronic documents could create numerous problems for companies in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia.
As electronic data continues to grow exponentially, organizations are finding it more and more difficult to respond to legal requests. Most corporations are following the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) as a guideline for their linear eDiscovery processes and utilizing several point solutions to individually preserve, collect, analyze, review, and process data.
This paper provides a straightforward, pragmatic overview about how legal professionals and organizations confronted with e-discovery must be able to interpret e-discovery within the context of actual expected processes, inherent risks, and the available technical solutions that can support relevant activities. Many people may have some idea about what e-discovery is, at least thematically, but many do not have a full appreciation of how to effectively engage the setup and execution of the process.