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eDiscovery and Pricing is Not as Simple as You Think

By |2024-01-12T16:07:12-06:00January 12th, 2024|eDJ Migrated|

Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Sarah Hankins. Published: 2012-03-06 08:00:00  Throughout the evolution of eDiscovery in the marketplace, service providers have struggled to meet client expectations from a cost standpoint.  In order to accurately estimate the cost of a project in [...]

eDiscovery and Pricing is Not as Simple as You Think

By |2024-01-11T13:57:51-06:00January 11th, 2024|eDJ Migrated|

Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Sarah Hankins. Published: 2012-03-06 03:00:00Format, images and links may no longer function correctly. Throughout the evolution of eDiscovery in the marketplace, service providers have struggled to meet client expectations from a cost standpoint.  In order to accurately [...]

Exchange 2010 eDiscovery Assessment

By |2024-01-12T17:14:24-06:00January 12th, 2024|Research|

This historical eDJ Group analyst research report was published by Greg Buckles on 2012-09-07 11:25:56. Content and opinions within were based on best available knowledge. The Legal Technology market and best practices have rapidly evolved. Historical content is copyrighted and [...]

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Bring Legal Holds To Life

By |2024-01-12T17:14:24-06:00January 12th, 2024|Research|

This historical eDJ Group analyst research report was published by Mikki Tomlinson on 2013-04-02 08:36:08. Content and opinions within were based on best available knowledge. The Legal Technology market and best practices have rapidly evolved. Historical content is copyrighted and [...]

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Appealing Discovery Issues Just Got Tougher – Mohawk Industries v. Carpenter

By |2024-01-12T16:08:00-06:00January 12th, 2024|eDJ Migrated|

Mohawk Industries v. Carpenter is Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s first opinion and while it first appears to be a simple procedural issue, it may have far reaching consequences with counsel making risk vs. cost decisions around their discovery efforts. The case involves a dispute over whether privilege waiver and other discovery related district court orders can be appealed during or after the case, whether it qualifies for an interlocutory appeal in lawyer speak. The unanimous opinion found that with some exceptions discovery decisions could only be appealed after the final judgment was rendered.

Performance Testing for Baseline Discovery Metrics

By |2024-01-12T16:08:00-06:00January 12th, 2024|eDJ Migrated|

As legal technology migrates from external service providers to inside the firewall, it is more important than ever to test and understand your rates of collection, processing, loading, reviewing and producing ESI. Litigation support is a deadline driven business. Counsel will wait as long as possible before pulling the trigger on discovery in the hope and expectation of resolving the matter without having to incur further costs. Successfully adapting to this pressure cooker lifestyle requires that you construct a ‘burst capacity’ workflow as opposed to a normal ‘continuous capacity’ model.

ECA: The High-End of Legal Decision Support

By |2024-01-12T16:08:00-06:00January 12th, 2024|eDJ Migrated|

Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Barry Murphy. Published: 2010-01-26 23:07:42  If the term Early Case Assessment (ECA) causes you to roll your eyes and reach for a copy of your JD/MBA buzzword bingo sheet, you’re not alone. ECA is a term [...]

The State of eDiscovery on the Web

By |2024-01-12T16:08:00-06:00January 12th, 2024|eDJ Migrated|

The final result was an initial list of 543 sites that met my fairly strict requirements. That means that almost 95% of sites were only vaguely related to our industry or practice. No wonder webinars, conferences and training organizations are getting decent attendance. If you do not already know what you are looking for, your odds of finding it are pretty slim or you are in for a lot of surfing.

LTNY 2010 Part 3 – Secret Shopping, A Failed Experiment

By |2024-01-12T16:08:00-06:00January 12th, 2024|eDJ Migrated|

This year I tried an experiment in my continual quest to gather as much information from the Discovery Maze (LNTY Exhibit Halls) as possible. The experiment was a bust, but there were lessons in why and how it failed. The idea was to recruit corporate and firm managers and specialists with 5+ years experience to be ‘Secret Shoppers’ on the Exhibit Hall. This way I could try to reach more of the floor and everyone in the network would share their feedback on a set of secured web pages.

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