Information Governance and the Records Lifecycle

The Texas Record

Specifically, it breaks the retention and maintenance phase into four distinct phases: collaboration, version control, retention/storage, and holds/discovery. Holds / Discovery. When we talk about records management on this blog, we often use the “R.I.M.”

Will Lawyers Ever Embrace Technology?: eDiscovery Best Practices, Part Four

eDiscovery Daily

Craig Ball once made a great point in responding to a post of mine about educating lawyers when he said “ We not only need to persuade lawyers to take the plunge, we need to insure there’s a pool for them to jump into. Among his favorites were the K&L Gates case law site , Ralph Losey’s e-Discovery Team® site and the EDRM web site. The Discovery Revolution , George L. e-Discovery for Everyone , Ralph Losey (available on Amazon here ).

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“Marie Kondo-ing” Your Unstructured Data

InfoGoTo

As Bill Tolson explained , “If data exists, it can be discovered, raising the cost of e-discovery dramatically.” Yet, in the age of big data, organizations also report greater value and revenue from mining their own mountains of archive data. Decluttering Guru Marie Kondo has generated a popular movement of devotees now madly paring down personal belongings that no longer “spark joy.”

Observations about Legaltech 2020 from Attendees: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

CEDS, Discovery Counsel, eDiscovery CoCounsel, pllc. — Mike Quartararo, President, Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists. We’ll publish the rest of the observations tomorrow (including mine)! Electronic Discovery Industry Trends

Here’s an ACEDS Houston CLE Event You Can Attend No Matter Where You Are: eDiscovery Education

eDiscovery Daily

In a normal non-COVID-19 (coronavirus) world, our chapter events for the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) Houston chapter would in-person local events and probably limited to legal professionals in Houston and surrounding areas.

Jason R. Baron of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP: eDiscovery Trends 2018

eDiscovery Daily

Five years ago, we saw the emergence of one form of AI in the guise of technology-assisted review in e-discovery. I don’t know whether the mentality really has to change, especially in light of the 2015 Amendments that highlight the need for proportionality and discovery. In other words, a judge should be saying: “Why don’t we start with traditional email or text messages, and go on from there in terms of discovery of other apps and other data streams.”