As if it hasn’t been said often enough in True North and elsewhere: heads up, counsel! Staying abreast of current changes in information technologies and taking a proactive stance with your clients vis à vis their ESI (and what they’re telling you about it) is an expectation of the court.
There is no question Judge Peck’s intrepid thought leadership with regard to the use of technology for document review has been a driving force in the evolution of eDiscovery methodologies, and he is most certainly owed a debt of gratitude for helping to challenge the status quo and question the previously accep...
Taking the reins make sense in many cases, but knowing when to call an expert can save you a lot of grief.
There’s an interesting trend emerging in the usually separate worlds of law and technology that is worth a closer look. Because if it really catches on, it bodes well indeed for those who dwell in the world of eDiscovery or concern themselves with information governance and data security.
We were deeply saddened to learn, in early June of this year, of the passing of Richard Braman. We knew Richard, of course, as the founder of The Sedona Conference (TSC), but also as a uniquely insightful thought leader, always provocative discussion partner, and, most importantly, friend. Richard is, and will be...
Whether it’s about how to ensure privacy, increase business efficiency, share information, consolidate systems or reduce data volume, good communication between departments is the grass roots of information governance. But sometimes barriers we’re not even aware of stand in the way of successful results.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Schulte Roth & Zabel ("SRZ"), a prominent law firm serving the financial services sector, and H5, a leading provider of e-discovery and technology-assisted review services, enter into an infrastructure as a service (IaaS) agreement.
Second in a series by H5's James Wolf about defensible deletion. In this post, James discusses a few obstacles that can stand in the way of disposing of unnecessary data and how to move the effort forward.
These days, it seems like everywhere you turn, someone is talking about “defensible deletion.” Myriad webcasts empanel experts to discuss it, companies ponder how to accomplish it, vendors tout products they promise will do it, and even analysts are giving credence to the idea that products must be built to e...
A distinguished panel from H5 and Jordan Lawrence participate in this webcast, which provides Legal and IT a step-by-step process that will enable companies to defensibly eliminate as much as 60% of unstructured content.