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Trends, Challenges, Tech: E-Discovery Enters a New Era

E-Discovery is no longer in its infancy. A decade has passed since the 2006 FRCP amendment that made ESI discoverable, and in that time legal teams have been working out how best to successfully accomplish this process. ...more

Amendments to ESI Spoliation Sanctions Seek to Create Uniformity in Federal Courts

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(e) sets forth the requirements for the retention of electronically stored information ("ESI") and the corresponding sanctions available to remedy the loss of ESI. New amendments to Rule...more

#LTNY16: That’s a Wrap!

Whew! After three electrifying (and tiring) days, Legal Tech New York 2016 is in the books! For those of you that experienced the show first-hand, we don’t have to tell you that this year’s conference was another...more

Groundhog Day: Don’t Get Stuck When Collecting New Data Types

February 2nd is Groundhog Day, and while we all know of the tradition of Punxsutawney Phil’s famous shadow forecasting the arrival of spring, many of us can’t help but think of the 1993 film starring Bill Murray. In it, he...more

Judge v. Attorney: Exterro Releases its 2nd Annual Federal Judges Survey

The digital age is sweet. The things that are a part of everyday life today were only sci-fi realities a few years ago. But the problem that comes with any age of advancement is the need for debate and analysis. Too often,...more

The Top Seven Takeaways from the December, 2015 Federal Rules Amendments

Can rule changes streamline litigation to make discovery proportional to the case, improve case management, cut down foot-dragging in response to document requests, eliminate “over-preservation” of records and expedite...more

Taking Advantage of New Safe Harbor Against Discovery Sanctions

As your company wrestles with how to manage the virtual mountains of electronically stored information (ESI) that are created in today’s workplace, you may continue to wonder what steps to take to preserve information when...more

Litigation Discovery and the New Federal Rules

Trying to make the best of rules open to highly subjective interpretation… Discovery in litigation is the heart of the process. It is the system by which parties can obtain evidence from other parties and refine...more

Supreme Analysis: Chief Justice John Roberts on E-Discovery

Since December 1st there have been numerous articles written on what the changes to the FRCP might mean for those of us working in E-Discovery. But if you really want to know the scoop, go straight to the top. The Supreme...more

E-Discovery is not a Spectator Sport: New Survey Results for the Top 5 Most Controversial E-Discovery Issues

It's not often that we feel our voice is heard. Most of the time, when we offer a point-of-view, it's either lost in a cacophony of blowhards, know-it-alls, and trolls or it comes flying back at us unanswered, as if we're...more

A New Hope: 5 Star Wars Quotes That Help Your E-Discovery Process

Yes, I’ve already purchased my opening day tickets to see the latest installment in the Star Wars saga. Ever since I was 3 years old, I’ve been an avid fan through the best of times (Empire Strikes Back) and the worst of...more

Key Changes to the Federal Rules Governing Discovery

Important amendments went into effect on December 1. The major changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that govern discovery in federal cases affect Rules 26, 34, and 37....more

Straight Talk: FRCP Rule Changes in Layman’s Terms

Here at Exterro, we recently closed a multi-year software licensing opportunity with a large city government. We began talking with them about their acquisition of e-discovery software in April of this year, and from the...more

Effective Now: New Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure Regarding Discovery And Electronically Stored Information

?In changes that have been five years in the making, amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure go into effect December 1, 2015....more

Ready, Set, Go: Amendments to Federal Civil Rules Are Now In Effect!

On December 1, 2015, much awaited amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure go into effect. These amendments, intended to narrow the scope of discovery, reduce costs and facilitate early case management, impact Civil...more

The New Federal Rules Are Taking Effect

Amendments to several Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (“Rules”), five years in the making, go into effect December 1. This alert covers some key changes likely to have a big impact on litigation discovery in federal cases....more

A Veritable Feast: E-Discovery Tools and Resources for the Holiday Season

Thanksgiving is a time of reflection, for looking back on the challenges of the previous year and recognizing all those who supported us through them. It’s also a time of preparedness. Yes, most people see Thanksgiving as the...more

Them’s the Rules: Preparing for the December 1st FRCP Amendments

With the 2015 FRCP amendments going into effect on December 1st, those of us working in e-discovery have to decide which camp we’ll fall in when it comes to our approach. The rule that was the most debated is 37(e). This was...more

Best Practices: Keeping Corporate Communications Professional And Out Of The Courtroom

Corporate communications occur primarily electronically. It is important for companies to ensure these communications stay where they belong — within the company, not broadcast in a courtroom where a judge or jury can inject...more

New York Appellate Court Limits Application of “Separate Entity Rule” in Post-Judgment Discovery Context

In In re B&M Kingstone, LLC v. Mega International Commercial Bank Co., Ltd.,1 the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Department, held that the “separate entity rule” does not insulate a non-US bank’s New York...more

Embracing the Upside of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) in E-Discovery

It was not terribly long ago that electronically stored information (ESI) collection and subsequent review looked a lot like this: gather up printed emails, scan them into the system with optical character recognition (OCR)...more

[Webinar] 2015 Mid-Year E-Discovery Case Law Review - August 19th, 12:30 ET

In this complimentary CLE webcast*, three e-discovery thought leaders, including one chief district judge and one Fortune 500 legal director will review the key e-discovery cases and trends from e-discovery case law in 2015...more

Creating a Consistent E-Discovery Preservation Hold Process

Exterro was founded with the simple vision that applying the concepts of process optimization and data science to the way companies respond to litigation would drive more successful outcomes at a lower cost. The process part...more

CorpCast Episode 5: The eDiscovery Big Picture [Video]

Many attorneys view eDiscovery as merely something they “have to do.” On Episode 5, we speak to Ian McCauley, Morris James’ eDiscovery coordinator about jettisoning this and other misconceptions about eDiscovery practice. ...more

Protecting the Identity of Your LLC Members & LP Partners in Litigation, Part II: Strategies for Discovery

You want to protect the identity of your business’ owners, but your opponent issued discovery requesting a copy of your organizational chart and/or information on the identities of your LLC members or LP partners. You are...more

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