Lighthouse has received a number of requests for an ediscovery 101 primer. In this blog, I will cover some of the fundamental aspects of ediscovery for those of you who are new to the industry or in need of a refresher of the basics.
Co-authored by Jason Velasco
Lighthouse eDiscovery publishes its first video blog. In this short clip, Marc Eisner and Jason Velasco dive into cloud-based systems, the challenges our clients are facing around this subject, and some key takeaways to overcome these challenges.
Co-authored by Alex Shusterman, Esq.
Recently, our own Debora Motyka Jones wrote about Social Media and whether it was a corporate friend or corporate foe. One of the many applications she mentioned as providing challenges was SnapChat. SnapChat, along with some of its other competitors on the market like Cyber Dust and Confide are known collectively as Ephemeral Messaging Apps (EMAs). In the context of mobile device messaging, ephemeral messages are text and multimedia based messages that disappear after a pre-determined amount of...
Right on the heels of Judge Peck’s widely read and seemingly watershed ruling in Da Silva Moore is news that his ruling is being appealed. Will a successful appeal mean the end of the using machine learning tools in ediscovery? While it is too early to tell whether the appeal will be successful, one thing does seem clear: even if the appeal is successful, it will not be a harbinger of the death of technology assisted review tools.
Last year, we posted this blog on how up-front planning can save you ediscovery concerns downstream. This is especially true when dealing with BYOD environments.