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The Need to Be Prepared for Later Litigation – eDiscovery Investigations Series, Part 4

“Come, Watson, come!” he cried.  “The game is afoot.  Not a word!  Into your clothes and come!” – Arthur Conan Doyle, The Adventure of the Abbey Grange.
The majority of eDiscovery work takes place in the context of litigation, but a significant amount of it takes place instead in the context of investigations.  Although the available ESI and the available eDiscovery technologies are the same, the realities of handling investigations are different in some ways worth discussing.

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The Need for Nuanced Analysis and Review – eDiscovery Investigations Series, Part 3

Analysis and review is the process of figuring out what happened by investigating your collected evidence, and that process is made more challenging when relevant individuals have actively tried to conceal what’s happened – or at least tried to be subtle about it while it was happening. Also, it is not uncommon for individuals to communicate using euphemisms or coded language or to communicate using alternative channels. To overcome these challenges, the analysis and review process must be undertaken with these realities in mind, and it must be carried out in a way that will help you find these well-hidden needles in the haystack.

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The Need for Speed and Secrecy – eDiscovery Investigations Series, Part 2

“Come, Watson, come!” he cried.  “The game is afoot.  Not a word!  Into your clothes and come!” – Arthur Conan Doyle, The Adventure of the Abbey Grange.
The majority of eDiscovery work takes place in the context of litigation, but a significant amount of it takes place instead in the context of investigations.  Although the available ESI and the available eDiscovery technologies are the same, the realities of handling investigations are different in some ways worth discussing.

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When the Game is Afoot – eDiscovery Investigations Series, Part 1

“Come, Watson, come!” he cried.  “The game is afoot.  Not a word!  Into your clothes and come!” – Arthur Conan Doyle, The Adventure of the Abbey Grange.
The majority of eDiscovery work takes place in the context of litigation, but a significant amount of it takes place instead in the context of investigations.  Although the available ESI and the available eDiscovery technologies are the same, the realities of handling investigations are different in some ways worth discussing.

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