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78 is Great! eDiscovery Daily Is Seventy Eight! (Months Old, That Is)
A new record! (Get it?) Seventy eight months ago today (a.k.a., 6 1/2 years), eDiscovery Daily was launched. It’s hard to believe that it has been 6 1/2 years since our first three posts debuted on our first day, September 20, 2010. Now, we’re up to 1,656 lifetime posts, and so much has happened in the industry that we’ve covered.
Twice a year, we like to take a look back at some of the important stories and topics during that time. So, here are just a few of the posts over the last six months you may have missed. Enjoy!
- Did you know that searching only file names is not the “safe way” to avoid sanctions?
- Want a concise framework for understanding discovery automation, including data discovery and legal discovery? Check this out.
- If you’re a licensed attorney in Florida, you’re now required to learn more about technology. Here are two webcasts that can help with that.
- Just because some people believe that predictive coding is superior to conventional search and review methodologies, that doesn’t mean you have to use it.
- According to Forbes and Cisco, by 2020, 92 percent of everything we do will be in the cloud.
- Want to know how SaaS automation has revolutionized eDiscovery for solo and small firms? Request my whitepaper and see what you think!
- Where can you get a complete list of eDiscovery events for 2017? Right here.
- This judge didn’t like how billing was handled for temporary attorneys, so he cut the attorneys’ fees by over $10 million.
- If it looks like you may have altered a produced images of an email, you may have to produce it in native format. One way to avoid that issue is to request native format files from the beginning.
- Are we more confident in eDiscovery business than we were a year ago? Check out this survey comparison.
- How important is metadata? It can make the difference in a $10.8 Million whistleblower lawsuit verdict.
- Microsoft didn’t have to hand over foreign stored emails, but Google may have to do so.
- EDRM rolled out a new website and just rolled out a new Security Audit Questionnaire.
- Our Seventh Annual LTNY Thought Leader Series had some of the most interesting observations and predictions yet. Have you checked them out?
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