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Innovation Trends & Predictions in eDiscovery

Published Wed, December 20, 2017 by Robyn Fortier

Drilling Down into Innovation Trends from Relativity Fest

Prior to announcing the Innovation Awards at Relativity Fest in October, the Relativity team summarized four themes across the innovation submissions:

  • Project management and collaboration
  • Data transformation, management, and normalization
  • Handling new and challenging data types
  • Reusing/getting more from your data (unique workflows)

Drill down further into key features across these themes and interesting trends surface that might help in predicting new or evolving innovations for...

The Importance of BCC in Deduplication

Published Mon, November 27, 2017 by Julie Shefchik, Esq, CEDS

Hashing for deduplication to reduce an investigation or review corpus is a necessary standard practice in today’s ediscovery market, which is primarily concerned with reducing costs and proportionality. Do you and your ediscovery provider understand all the implications of hashing emails using different tools? At least two of the most popular processing tools have BCC as an opt-in option instead of a standard setting. But, why does this matter?

GDPR: Three Critical Challenges for US eDiscovery Teams

Published Thu, October 12, 2017 by Sarah Ledgerwood

As the clock ticks down to May 25, 2018 and pressure mounts to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation, I’m sure many in the US ediscovery world are struggling with exactly how the GDPR will impact their data obligations due to the increasingly divergent views between the EU and the US on data privacy.

eDiscovery Review Project Success Begins Before The Kickoff Meeting

Published Tue, October 10, 2017 by Gerald Creighton

If a new document review project seems like a lot of work, you’re right - but, if you feel like you are on your own, you might be doing it wrong. At least, you’re probably not working with the right ediscovery partner. The right partner has the right tools, the right workflows, and asks the right questions in order to leverage their expertise to help you succeed. They will cultivate an active partnership with you, providing timely, consultative input to optimize the review. You get the most out of that partnership when they have the...

To Tiff or Not To Tiff

Published Mon, October 09, 2017 by Josh Yildirim

Co-authored by Josh Yildirim & Rob Iuliano

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