Search results : defensible-process.

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    2014-09-09 12:00:04
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    Tell it to the Judge: eDiscovery is not a “one-size fits all” endeavor.

    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...

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    2014-05-07 12:15:24
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    Overcoming Barriers to Data Disposal

    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.

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    2014-04-14 12:33:09
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    Defensible Deletion—or Retention?

    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...

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    2013-02-12 14:02:25
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    Note to Litigants: When Costs Shift, TAR Costs May Shift with Them

    In an unusual development coming out of the Southern District of California this past week, the Honorable Anthony J. Battaglia shifted Defendants’ attorney’s fees and the Defendants’ costs related to technology-assisted review to the Plaintiffs.

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    2012-11-26 06:43:49
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    “Lifting the Hood” on Technology-Assisted Review

    Counsel at companies and firms who haven’t warmed to the idea of technology-assisted review often express some oblique concern about how to know what’s going on “under the hood.” It’s an interesting reference, because knowing what’s going on under the hood when computers are involved is a bit counteri...

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    2012-10-03 07:01:04
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    Overcoming Five Barriers to Technology-Assisted Review

    In law, nothing could go more against the grain for those who are inherently risk averse and precedent-trained than having to brave new approaches to the familiar, seemingly tried and true task of document review.

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    2012-09-25 07:08:38
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    H5 congratulates Todd Elmer on Presidential Appointment

    Since with True North we have a forum to do so, H5 would like to publicly congratulate our now-former colleague Todd Elmer who was recently appointed by President Obama to be the Chief Communications Officer of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Todd is no stranger to Washington, where he previ...