Post Pandemic, Corporate eDiscovery Undergoes a Permanent Paradigm Shift

While the pandemic disrupted the workplace during its height, it is now becoming clear that a more permanent transformation has taken place. Employees and their electronic information assets are far more …

Why Post-Level Parsing is Critical for Effective Social Media Evidence Collection

As succinctly noted by The Florida Bar Association in its publication, Florida Law Journal: “Social media is everywhere. Nearly everyone uses it. Litigants who understand social media–and its benefits and limitations–can immeasurably …

eDiscovery Collection of Large File Shares: An Unaddressed Major Pain Point

  One of the major unaddressed challenges for eDiscovery and other digital investigations involves very large file servers that host shared documents. The data volumes for these file shares is …

Traditional eDiscovery Processing is Now Obsolete

  eDiscovery can be a very expensive process and time consuming when traditional methods are employed. With legacy processes, from the time ESI collection starts, it often takes weeks for …

Relativity Highlights Its X1 Integration for ESI Collection

  Recently, Relativity hosted a live webinar featuring the integration of the X1 Distributed Discovery platform with its RelativityOne Collect solution. This X1/Relativity integration enables game-changing efficiencies in the eDiscovery …

Compelling Case Study for Remote eDiscovery Collection in a High-Stakes Litigation

While our personal and business lives will hopefully return to normal soon, the trend of an increasingly remote and distributed workforce is here to stay. This “new normal” necessitates updated …

Intelligent ESI Collection Integrated with Relativity Can Cut eDiscovery Costs by 90 Percent

One of the biggest drivers of excessive eDiscovery costs is ESI over-collection. This in turn leads to a larger amount of data entering the processing and initial review funnel. These …

Federal Judge: Custodian Self-Collection of ESI is Unethical and Violates Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

In E.E.O.C. v. M1 5100 Corp., (S.D. Fla. July 2, 2020), Federal District Judge Matthewman excoriated defense counsel for allowing the practice of unsupervised custodian ESI self-collection, declaring that the practice …

Lawson v. Spirit Aerosystems: Federal Court Blasts “Bloated” ESI Collection, Rendered TAR Ineffective

Technology Assisted Review (TAR), when correctly employed, can significantly reduce legal review costs with generally more accurate results than other traditional legal review processes. However, the benefits associated with TAR …

Remote Collection: The Apple Pay of eDiscovery in a COVID-19 World

I often continue doing things just because that’s the way I’ve always done them.  There is a level of comfort that comes from familiarity, and to be honest as I …

Relativity Product Team Highlights Compelling X1 Integration for ESI Collection

Recently we hosted a webinar with Relativity highlighting the very compelling integration of our X1 Distributed Discovery platform with the RelativityOne Collect solution. This X1/Relativity integration enables game-changing efficiencies in …

How Case Teams Can Streamline Collections with X1 in RelativityOne

Editor’s’ Note: This article originally appeared on The Relativity Blog. It is reprinted here in full with permission.  by Sam Bock on November 07, 2019   Our September 2019 release for RelativityOne debuted some …

In-Place Data Analytics For Unstructured Data is No Longer Science Fiction

AI-driven analytics supercharges compliance investigations, data security, privacy audits and eDiscovery document review.  AI machine learning employs mathematical models to assess enormous datasets and “learn” from feedback and exposure to …

Want Legal to Add A LOT More Value? Stop Over-Collecting Data

The 2019 CLOC (Corporate Legal Operations Consortium) Conference ended last week, and by all accounts it was another great event for an organization that continues to gain relevance and momentum.  …

eDiscovery Collection 3.0: Much Better, Much Faster, Much Cheaper

In his recent blog post, X1 CEO Craig Carpenter discussed the inability of any software provider to solve a critical need by delivering a truly scalable eDiscovery preservation and collection …

Collection 2.0: Has Anything Improved Since 2008?

Way back in the nascent years of eDiscovery – let’s say the early 2000s – the industry was a hodge-podge of processes, many of which were still paper-based.   I distinctly …

X1 Distributed Discovery & RelativityOne Integration: Testing and Proof of Concept

Editor’s Note: The following is a blog post published by eDiscovery expert Chad Jones, Director at D4 Discovery, regarding D4’s extensive testing and validation of the integration of R1 and …