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Microsoft 365 is Forcing Lawyers to Face Cloud Discovery

XDD’s Scott Polus shares insight with ACEDS’ Jason Krause about complications related to cloud-based data collection and review of that ESI.

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Forensic Overview of Mobile Devices

Mobile devices have changed from a frivolous luxury item to an essential life tool in short order for the majority of people today. XDD Director of Forensic Services, Scott Polus, shares some considerations and helpful tips when preparing/collecting data from mobile devices.

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Hey…You…Get Off of That Cloud

Managing and storing data in the cloud can be the most cost-effective solution for many; however, serious due diligence is required to ensure that all data is protected and to guarantee eDiscovery best practices.

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The Importance of eDiscovery Education

Beyond the threat of malpractice, attorneys are required to abide by the ethical expectations of competence when handling eDiscovery. To maintain the knowledge and skill required for competent representation, attorneys must pursue continuing legal education in their practice and in eDiscovery.

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Don’t Be Afraid to Let Your Document Review Travel: Why Legal Process Offshoring Might be Right for You

Offshore legal services offer significant savings in terms of both time and money, and, when managed correctly, can yield excellent results.

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Computer Forensics Examiners and Private Investigation Licensing

Most agree that computer forensics examiners should be certified and licensed in some capacity, but should they be required to hold a PI license?

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Dealing with In-House Counsel Concerns Regarding the Management and Discovery of Electronic Data

What e-discovery and data management issues keep in-house counsel up at night? XDD’s Jordan Serum discusses four common concerns and how to address them.

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The Art of the Litigation Hold Notice: Complying with Rule 37(e) for Compliance’s Sake and Your Own

Having a well-written litigation hold notice is not just essential for compliance with the FRCP, but it will save time and money by keeping nondiscoverable, irrelevant information out of your data set.

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Finding Your Discovery and Document Management Soul Mate

Modern litigation has gotten technologically complex, and in many cases, it makes more sense to let the “experts” handle the e-discovery side of things. Of course, this is only true if the vendor understands what you want and can produce those results.

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Tips for Streamlining Your Document Review

Improving efficiency typically yields lower costs too – a win-win in litigation. In this article, XDD’s Dave Jensen offers suggestions to improve your next review.

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