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Controlling E-Discovery Costs for Clients
Posted on 22 Jan 2014 by LexisNexis Textmap Partner Admin

By: Trent Walton -- Over the past several years, we’ve seen the emergence of early data assessment (EDA) software tools. EDA tools help control costs by first culling non-responsive and duplicate files, then further refining the document set by... Read More

Outbreak of Reason Reported in Northern District of California: New E-Discovery Guidelines Released
Posted on 13 Jan 2013 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

American litigators in high-stakes cases can be aggressive, clever, passionate, smart and, if necessary, ruthless. And costs be damned! It's how they roll. In fact, some people who study these things say that the testosterone levels of trial attorneys... Read More

When EDI is Accessible and Proportionally Affordable, Plan to Produce
Posted on 2 Dec 2013 by LexisNexis Litigation Solutions

In case you were in doubt, being asked to provide “easily accessible” digital records of thousands of paper documents you already produced may not be considered unreasonably cumulative, duplicative or burdensome, and if the related costs are... Read More

FTC Rules Get E-Discovery Makeover This Month
Posted on 6 Nov 2012 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

When really broad neckties went out of style, one solution might have been to take a pair of scissors to them and snip them to a modern-day width. Smarter guys might simply have taken them to a tailor. Others might have made them into kites. But most... Read More

Trend Spotting: Law Firms Seek to Enhance In-House E-Discovery Capabilities
Posted on 1 Dec 2013 by LexisNexis Litigation Solutions

We have seen a recent uptick in announcements that law firms have developed or expanded their internal e-discovery capabilities. Providers are quick to note each time that a law firm licenses their e-discovery software, for example Read More

E-Discovery Checkpoints: A 360-Degree View-Part 1
Posted on 13 Jan 2013 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

Any image of a judge luxuriating on the bench like a silent referee on the elevated sidelines of the proceedings quickly melts away like tiny birthday candles when it comes to electronic discovery. To use a boxing metaphor, judges are clearly the "third... Read More

Weaving ESI into the Fabric of Your Case
Posted on 22 Jan 2014 by LexisNexis Textmap Partner Admin

By: Michael Kelleher -- A central case database where litigators track issues, witnesses, events, documents, to-do items and more is a vital tool for making e-discovery and litigation more efficient. While electronically stored information (ESI) is... Read More

Apple® Products: Sturdy Security, PC Differences Require Special Attention in Discovery
Posted on 13 Jan 2013 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

It seems like they have been around much longer, but the first iPod ® was released by Apple Inc. in November of 2001. Suddenly many consumers were using a product made by the maker of Mac ® computers, loved by the likes of artists, designers and... Read More

The Litigation Data Avalanche: Time To Move To The Cloud?
Posted on 6 Nov 2012 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

By Matthew Gillis and Steven Berrent For those of us who are trying to look down the road and see where the litigation technology industry is headed, it might be instructive to take a look back in time to an unlikely example: the law firm mailroom... Read More

Disclosing Review Methods
Posted on 6 Nov 2012 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

Litigation can be a lot like those Russian matryoshka dolls. You know, the kind where you open one to find another, and another and another, etc.? This happens in litigation, when the parties lock horns over the search methods they will employ in e-discovery... Read More

LexisNexis' Brian Ingram Speaking at Conference on Cost-Driven Litigation Strategies
Posted on 5 Oct 2012 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

LexisNexis litigation technology and e-discovery expert Brian Ingram will join a prestigious faculty of judges, in-house counsel, law firm partners and other experts at an important conference on problems presented by expensive mega litigation. Focusing... Read More