IDC Vendor Spotlight: The Business Case for In-House Ediscovery
In this vendor spotlight authored by IDC Analyst Ryan O’Leary, “The Business Case for In-House Ediscovery,” we break down all you need to know about moving ediscovery in-house.
Breaking Down Silos: Increased Collaboration in the Face of Growing Complexity
Lawyers, as leaders, have the responsibility to harness their team’s talents and resources while fostering collaboration and discovery, insisting on open communication, and pursuing possibilities until they get results. Learn the ways collaboration will power the legal profession, and specifically litigation, in 2020 and beyond.
Ediscovery Trends and User Insights: A Year in Review
Ediscovery is a constantly evolving landscape in need of holistic, end-to-end platforms that enable efficiency, collaboration, and usage of advanced analytics. Everlaw is a true SaaS solution impacting the productivity of ediscovery users and offering valuable data insights. Get an in-depth analysis of user behaviors and trends on the Everlaw platform from 2019-2020.
Introduction to Data Subject Access Requests
The introduction of new regulations creates obstacles for lawmakers worldwide and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was no exception. Download this white paper today to learn different ways to optimise workflows to address specific DSAR challenges.
Ediscovery Buyer Guide 2020
This buyer guide is designed to serve as a vendor evaluation blueprint, providing a list of probing questions and "pro tips" to help guide the process of selecting an ediscovery solution. Although there are many solutions for document review, conducting a thorough vendor evaluations requires considering numerous questions, highlighted in this guide.
Predictive Coding in eDisclosure [UK]
Linear, human-powered review was the gold standard in eDisclosure, particularly when the volume of a document collection was small. With document counts now rising into the millions, it's increasingly impractical. This paper explores English case law on predictive coding and provides an overview of how to efficiently conduct eDisclosure on Everlaw.
Choosing the Best Solution for Efficient Doc Review
Data is growing at an exponential rate, creating a big, expensive problem for litigators and internal investigators who are tasked with mining through an increasingly massive mountain of documents. This paper explores the challenges of document review, the ways that technology can help, and what to consider when choosing a new solution.
A Critical Evaluation of Ediscovery Vendors
Asking the right questions during a vendor evaluation can make or break the relationship. In this paper, go beyond a comparison of individual features and learn the five hard questions everyone should ask ediscovery vendors before making a decision.
Illuminating Dark Data with Everlaw
Dark data is electronic information within an organization that is not easily searchable or accessible. It's often unstructured, unclassified, and/or unmanaged by information governance—and can lead to problems during ediscovery. This paper explores how Everlaw can expose the hidden details of dark data at scale.
Put FRE 502 Clawbacks into Action with Everlaw
In the U.S., Federal Rule of Evidence (FRE) 502 has been available to protect against the inadvertent waiver of privilege in discovery. The protections that FRE 502 offers were long sought by lawyers and hailed by experts. Learn more about how Everlaw provides a better option for identifying and correcting privilege problems.
Studies have suggested that data volumes worldwide are doubling every two years. Without a way to reduce the incoming data volumes within ediscovery, costs will spiral out of control. Find out how early case assessment (ECA) can play a critical role in reducing data volumes.
Conducting Privilege Review with Everlaw
Confidential communications are a cornerstone of the legal system and no attorney wants to inadvertently produce privileged information. In discovery, it's imperative to identify potential privileges or confidential information in a case at the start of document review, else privileged material can be inadvertently produced. Learn more about privilege review on Everlaw.
Tactical Review with Predictive Coding
Predictive coding is frequently suggested as a way to empower attorneys to focus their time on the electronically stored information (ESI) that is most relevant to the claims and defenses of their case. How predictive coding actually works or how it can be used effectively in a case remains mysterious to some. This paper sheds light on the subject.