Exterro, Inc.

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4145 SW Watson Ave.
Suite 400
Beaverton, OR 97005, United States
Phone: 503-501-5100
Areas of Practice
  • Electronic Discovery
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  • Oregon
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  • India
  • Netherlands

Examining E-Discovery Statistics: Is Cross-Border E-Discovery a Meaningful Distinction Anymore?

In this entry in our series on interesting e-discovery data points, I'd like to dig into a topic that's been receiving a lot of attention--and will continue to do so for the next month and a half at least: GDPR, cross-border…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Electronic Discovery, International Law & Trade, Law Practice Products & Services, Privacy

Harness the Power of Search in E-Discovery

During a recent webinar entitled, In-Place Preservation: Locking Down Data Without Collecting It, Bobbi Basile, Managing Director of HBR Consulting, defined in-place preservation as, “a means to efficiently lock down the data…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

6 Tips to Bridge the Gap between IT and Legal: An Interview with an E-Discovery Professional

Successful e-discovery projects depend on collaboration between two departments: Legal and IT. Sometimes the two departments collaborate seamlessly, but often there are difficulties. These trouble spots may arise from…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

Three Keys to a Successful E-Discovery Solution Implementation: Interview with an E-Discovery Expert

If asked to name the “star players” in the world of e-discovery, you could be forgiven if the first people who popped into mind were the judges. After all, they’re the ones interpreting the Rules by which the practice of…more
 /  Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

Examining E-Discovery Statistics: The Zombie Doctrine of Self-Preservation

If you’re here, reading an e-discovery blog article, chances are we don’t have to go through the standard argument about the importance of e-discovery: These facts roll up into some basic truths about e-discovery. At its heart,…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

The Machines Have Won: AI Lessons for E-Discovery from the World of Chess

Artificial intelligence isn’t new in to the legal field. Machine learning applications like predictive coding have been around for years and are well established. But compared to chess, legal AI is very young indeed. So for…more
 /  Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services, Science, Computers, & Technology

Have Our Robot Overlords Finally Arrived?

Have Our Robot Overlords Finally Arrived? If you look at some article titles from the past year dealing with artificial intelligence (AI) and the legal industry, you could be forgiven for thinking so…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services, Science, Computers, & Technology

Is It Time to Invest in E-Discovery Technology?

In the not-so-distant past, fear was a big motivator for organizations to invest in e-discovery software. Tom Mullane, E-Discovery Process Manager at United Technologies Corp., remembers, “Risk was a huge driver. It was easy to…more
 /  Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

Microsoft's Day in Court Has Arrived... But What Are the E-Discovery Implications?

It’s not every day that cases with e-discovery implications land above the fold on the New York Times’ website, but this week the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in United States v. Microsoft. Stemming from a…more
 /  Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Electronic Discovery, International Law & Trade, Privacy

10 Great Quotes in Honor of the Honorable Andrew Peck's Retirement

Perhaps because of the nature of their position, and the requirement of laying out their reasoning in writing, judges’ words live on their rulings. While few would question that the substance of their rulings is what truly…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

3 Ways to Map Your E-Discovery Process (and Why You Should)

Business process mapping, as a topic, may not excite everyone. That doesn't mean it's not necessary. Every business process should be mapped out, because the level of insight you gain from the exercise is what allows you to…more
 /  Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

Legal Project Management Series: People

In the first article of our series on legal project management (LPM), I looked at the fundamentals of LPM: a definition of the term, some key principles, and its increasing formalization over the past decade. It helped set up…more
 /  Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

Legaltech 2018 Day One Recap

Back in my hotel room, at the end of my first (ever) day at Legaltech, I'm putting together pieces of a very busy day, and I'm struck by how much is truly happening here at a single hotel in New York City. In a few brief…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

Legal Project Management Series: Defining Fundamental Principles

One topic that’s been earning more and more mindshare in the world of e-discovery is legal project management (LPM). Thinking about what article or articles to write on the topic, I vaguely recalled a famous quote, perhaps from…more
 /  Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services

An End to Over-Preservation? An Expert Perspective on the FRCP

This blog post is adapted from commentary on Rule 37 by William F. Hamilton, Legal Skills Professor and Executive Director, UF Law E-Discovery Project Fredric G. Levin College of Law, University of Florida, in FRCP &…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Electronic Discovery, Law Practice Products & Services
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