Usage-Based Pricing Model Increasingly Driving eDiscovery Software Growth

Legal Tech software CEOs often grapple with two competing challenges: Growing revenue in a manner that supports how customers buy their products for their individual cases, while at the same time maximizing …

Case Law Update: Federal Court Endorses Targeted Search Term Based ESI Collection

A recent decision from the Southern District of New York provides that the parties’ have obligations to conduct reasonable searches during discovery, but such searches may be targeted. The court …

ILTA eDiscovery Survey Highlights Targeted ESI Collection as the Preferred Methodology

The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) recently published a very informative and comprehensive law firm eDiscovery practice survey, “2021 Litigation and Practice Support Survey.” ILTA received responses from litigation support …

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 …

Index and Search In-Place Workflows Key to Reducing eDiscovery Costs and Risks

Most core eDiscovery costs (outside of attorney review) stem from over-collection of electronically stored information (ESI). While direct collection costs can seem inexpensive, law firm Nelson Mullins notes that “over …

Pre-Collection Keyword Searches: Where Angels May Fear to Tread but Not Attorneys with the Right eDiscovery Software

One of the key cases involving the principles of proportionality under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(b)(1), is McMaster v. Kohl’s Dep’t Stores, Inc., (E.D. Mich. July 24, (2020).  McMaster …

On TAP: Targeted, Automated, and Proportional Collection for Modern e-Discovery

Proportionality is now the hottest legal issue in the area of eDiscovery, with the largest number of eDiscovery-related cases in the past year addressing the subject. eDiscovery attorney Kelly Twigger …

Meeting Modern Discovery Demands with Relativity Collect and X1

  As we’ve all heard time and again, 2020 was a transformative year—and in our space, it has had a huge impact and really changed the way people work. With …

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 …

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 …

How to Implement an Effective eDiscovery Search Term Strategy

By Mandi Ross and John Patzakis A key Federal Rules of Civil Procedure provision that greatly impacts eDiscovery processes is Rule 26(f), which requires the parties’ counsel to “meet and …

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 …

Remote ESI Collection and Data Audits in the Time of Social Distancing

The vital global effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic will likely disrupt our lives and workflows for some time. While our personal and business lives will hopefully return to normal …

Court Compels Forensic Imaging of Custodian Computer, Imposes Sanctions Due to Non-Defensible eDiscovery Preservation Process

HealthPlan Servs., Inc. v. Dixit, et al., 2019 WL 6910139 (M.D. Fla. Dec. 19, 2019), is an important eDiscovery case addressing what is required and expected from organizations to comply …

CaCPA Compliance Requires Effective Investigation and eDiscovery Capabilities

The California Consumer Protection Act, (CaCPA ), which will be in full force on January 1, 2020,  promises to profoundly impact major US and global organizations, requiring the overhaul of …

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 …