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With the multitude of blog articles available on the market for consumption, choosing which ones to read can be challenging, let alone trying to stay awake while reading them.  As part of our ongoing educational content series, XDD provides a wide variety of engaging articles that provide legal professionals with a constant stream of valuable information to help improve their careers, teams and organizations. Coffee not included.

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A Different Diary in Every Pocket – Mobile Device Discovery Series, Part 2

A multi-part series on the logistical, technical, and legal challenges posed by the proliferation and popularity of smartphones and tablets In the first Part of this series, we reviewed the ubiquity, usage, and business realities of mobile devices.  In this Part, we continue our discussion of mobile devices in eDiscovery by reviewing what is encompassed…

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Data Targeting During Collection and Processing – Data Targeting Series, Part 2

A multi-part series on targeting the right data to reduce your downstream review costs In the first Part of this series, we reviewed the relationship between data volumes and eDiscovery cost – particularly for review, and we reviewed data targeting steps you can take before litigation arises.  In this Part, we continue our discussion of…

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A Supercomputer in Every Pocket – Mobile Device Discovery Series, Part 1

A multi-part series on the logistical, technical, and legal challenges posed by the proliferation and popularity of smartphones and tablets When the ENIAC computer was dedicated in 1946, it required 18,000 vacuum tubes, weighed over 30 tons filling more than 1,500 square feet, and cost more than $6,000,000 (inflation adjusted to 2016).  In 1996, a…

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Target More, Spend Less – Data Targeting Series, Part 1

A multi-part series on targeting the right data to reduce your downstream review costs eDiscovery continues to evolve but remains a costly endeavor.  A 2010 Litigation Cost Survey found “average discovery costs were as high as $2.4 million and the average discovery cost over all reporting companies was well in excess of $600,000.”  A frequently…

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Because You Need to Know: Monthly News Round-Up for August 2017

A monthly round-up of industry news stories, useful publications, and notable cases of which you should be aware from the preceding month Welcome to “Because You Need to Know,” XDD’s monthly news round-up.  In these posts, we gather together interesting articles, new publications, noteworthy cases, and XDD materials from the preceding month.  This post gathers…

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Privilege, Evolution, and Key Takeaways – Hold On Series, Part 7

A multi-part series on achieving effective legal holds, including relevant case law, content to include, processes to employ, best practices to follow, available tools to leverage, and more In the first Part of this series, we reviewed an assortment of recent cases illustrating the potential dangers associated with ineffective or nonexistent legal holds.  In the…

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Tools You Can Use for Legal Holds – Hold On Series, Part 6

A multi-part series on achieving effective legal holds, including relevant case law, content to include, processes to employ, best practices to follow, available tools to leverage, and more In the first Part of this series, we reviewed an assortment of recent cases illustrating the potential dangers associated with ineffective or nonexistent legal holds.  In the…

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More Legal Hold Processes and Policies – Hold On Series, Part 5

A multi-part series on achieving effective legal holds, including relevant case law, content to include, processes to employ, best practices to follow, available tools to leverage, and more In the first Part of this series, we reviewed an assortment of recent cases illustrating the potential dangers associated with ineffective or nonexistent legal holds.  In the…

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Legal Hold Processes and Policies – Hold On Series, Part 4

A multi-part series on achieving effective legal holds, including relevant case law, content to include, processes to employ, best practices to follow, available tools to leverage, and more In the first Part of this series, we reviewed an assortment of recent cases illustrating the potential dangers associated with ineffective or nonexistent legal holds.  In the…

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What Should Be in the Hold? – Hold On Series, Part 3

A multi-part series on achieving effective legal holds, including relevant case law, content to include, processes to employ, best practices to follow, available tools to leverage, and more In the first Part of this series, we reviewed an assortment of recent cases illustrating the potential dangers associated with ineffective or nonexistent legal holds.  In the…

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