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3 Challenges in Digital Forensics for Crime Investigation

  • By Hira Saaed
  • April 19, 2020
  • 235 Views 4 Min Read
"There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact," said Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional detective character, Sherlock Holmes. Just like all other forensics, investigator bias, and laziness when seeking the truth, is prevalent in digital forensics as well. If you are wondering how digital forensics is different from normal forensics,...

Around the World, Law & Policy

What Your Purchasing Habits (Don’t) Have To Do With eDiscovery

  • By Drew Donnelly
  • April 19, 2020
  • 322 Views 3 Min Read
New Data Protection Laws and Global eDiscovery “After a while you learn that privacy is something you can sell, but you can't buy it back” ―Bob Dylan, Chronicles: Volume One When you do something online – almost anything – you trade your data privacy for something. You don’t actually need...

Tips, Trends & Best Practices

Subscription-Based Pricing and Why eDiscovery Needs It

  • By Hector Corral
  • April 13, 2020
  • 381 Views 3 Min Read
eDiscovery pricing has historically been complicated and arbitrary. On top of per-gigabyte costs or per-service pricing for ingestion, conversion, processing, analytics, Bates numbering, production, and storage, there are additional fees for user licenses and other surprises that can wreck not just your ediscovery budget but also wreak havoc on your...

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Tech & Software, Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Drew Donnelly

Document Shredding? Not with Robust eDiscovery Processes

20 years ago, we weren’t sharing Tiger King memes on TikTok – that’s what group emails were for. In 2002...

June 10, 2020
216 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Tech & Software
By Drew Donnelly

Can eDiscovery Tools Be Applied to Freedom of Information Processes?

“A popular government, without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a prologue to a farce or...

June 10, 2020
63 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada
By Steven Toews

Help me, I’m Stubborn: A (Misguided) Request for Paper Disclosure

In R. v. Piaskowski et al, 2007 MBQB 68, the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench was confronted with an extraordinary...

June 10, 2020
55 Views 2 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada, Law & Policy
By Steven Toews

Electronic Document Rules Working Group: Focus on Proportionality

The Electronic Document Rules Working Group was established in 2016 by the Uniform Law Conference of Canada. The purpose of...

June 10, 2020
128 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada, Law & Policy
By Steven Toews

Canadian Access to Information Requests = Difficult eDiscovery

Access to information requests became a sticky proposition for public health authorities in Canada in the latter part of the...

June 10, 2020
102 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Law & Policy
By M.J. Moye

Hague Convention’s Role in Cross-Border eDiscovery Gets Boost with Recent Federal Court Ruling

The Hague Convention’s role in cross-border ediscovery got a boost in the U.S. recently as a federal judge deemed that...

June 10, 2020
52 Views 3 Min Read

Ediscovery News
By M.J. Moye

Bad Timing Blocks Sanctions Over Discovery in Lawsuit Likely to Revolve Around Bad Timing

“Bad timing” is often used to explain failure or why bad things happen. In the case of Marysville, California resident...

June 10, 2020
136 Views 3 Min Read

Tech & Software
By M.J. Moye

eDiscovery to Expand With an Ever-Growing Internet of Things

My sister-in-law was showing off her new iPhone when she said, “Hey, Siri, how much wood would a woodchuck chuck...

June 10, 2020
184 Views 2 Min Read

Around the World
By M.J. Moye

New GDPR Guidelines Define Consent Around Web Cookies- Any Cross-Border eDiscovery impacts?

Anyone in the U.S. involved with ediscovery issues in the European Union likely keeps a close eye on the European...

June 9, 2020
54 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World
By Drew Donnelly

What Does Attorney-Client Privilege Mean for eDiscovery? A Lesson from Australia

Attorney-client privilege (sometimes called  ‘lawyer-client’ or ‘legal professional’ privilege) can be applied in a range of different scenarios to protect...

June 3, 2020
47 Views 2 Min Read

Law & Policy
By Drew Donnelly

How Will New US Healthcare Data Rules Affect eDiscovery?

Patient data is central to a functioning healthcare system. It is through data that physicians make diagnoses, and patients can...

June 3, 2020
83 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada, Law & Policy
By Steven Toews

A Double-Edged Sword: Plaintiff Appeals Order To Turn Over His Metadata

In Laushway v. Messervey, 2014 NSCA 7, the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal considered the case of a bashful plaintiff...

June 3, 2020
158 Views 3 Min Read

Ediscovery in North America, Ediscovery News
By M.J. Moye

Finding Fireworks in National Security Advisor Michael Flynn eDiscovery Motion

Legal motions regarding ediscovery tend to be pretty dry, so when I saw references in a May 6th ediscovery motion...

May 12, 2020
314 Views 3 Min Read

Tech & Software
By Hira Saaed

4 Advantages of Using Artificial Intelligence in eDiscovery

In the year 2015, a group of high-profile scientists warned that artificial intelligence might be the last invention of the...

May 9, 2020
148 Views 2 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada, Law & Policy
By Steven Toews

eDisclosure Basics in Rural Canada: A Final Word

When I was practicing criminal law in northern Manitoba, Canada, we didn’t have the benefit of a lot of conveniences,...

May 9, 2020
272 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada, Law & Policy
By Steven Toews

eDiscovery Best Practices in Remote Locations

Last week I discussed a couple of cases that illustrate the obligations of the prosecution when providing edisclosure to defense...

May 9, 2020
295 Views 4 Min Read

Ediscovery in North America, Law & Policy
By M.J. Moye

Cell Phone Text Message eDiscovery Request Deemed Too Broad and “Tardy” by Federal Judge

If you want to take a look at what’s on a defendants’ cell phone as part of ediscovery in a...

May 8, 2020
245 Views 4 Min Read

Ediscovery in North America, Ediscovery News, Law & Policy
By M.J. Moye

COVID-19 Privacy Legislation Brings Challenges to eDiscovery

As if ediscovery practitioners and ESI (electronically stored information) compliance managers don’t already have enough data privacy concerns to contend...

May 8, 2020
335 Views 4 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery News
By M.J. Moye

Will “The Dark Overlord” Case Require Dark Web eDiscovery?

Having never heard of “The Dark Overlord” until coming across the name in the summary of a recent federal lawsuit...

May 8, 2020
266 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World
By Drew Donnelly

Does eDiscovery in Germany Exist? It’s complicated.

As a new resident of Germany, one discovers the cliché of German efficiency is not entirely accurate. The Berlin-Brandenburg Airport...

May 8, 2020
267 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Law & Policy
By Drew Donnelly

Pyrrho and the Evidence for Predictive Coding

The ancient Greek sceptic, Pyrrho of Elis (c. 360 – c. 270 BCE), was the first philosopher to emphasize the...

May 8, 2020
238 Views 4 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in North America, Law & Policy
By Drew Donnelly

Proportionality vs Reasonableness in eDiscovery: The Tests

"In law, nothing is certain but the expense" – Samuel Butler.  The cost of civil litigation has an outsized impact...

May 8, 2020
292 Views 4 Min Read

Around the World, Law & Policy
By Drew Donnelly

Kim Dotcom and eDiscovery in New Zealand. What’s the connection?

This man has been referred to as the ‘El Chapo’ of illegal file sharing.  He has been fighting extradition from...

May 8, 2020
277 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada
By Steven Toews

Challenging Inadequate eDisclosure Systems in Canada

Last week, I mentioned that the edisclosure system we utilized at the Crown’s office in northern Manitoba was likely inadequate....

May 8, 2020
264 Views 4 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada, Ediscovery in North America
By Steven Toews

eDisclosure in the 19th Century: Welcome to Manitoba

My History Between the years 2012 and 2018 I worked mostly as a Crown Attorney in northern Manitoba, Canada. Crown...

May 8, 2020
286 Views 4 Min Read

Law & Policy
By M.J. Moye

Don’t Forget Videoconferencing: Your eDiscovery Responsibilities

Companies around the world have rapidly adopted video conferencing as an important tool to maintain communications and workflow during the...

April 28, 2020
353 Views 3 Min Read

Ediscovery News
By M.J. Moye

COVID-19 is Not Going to Stop the Demand for eDiscovery

With more than one-third of 2020 behind us, COVID-19 has almost certainly clinched the award for top disaster of the...

April 28, 2020
244 Views 3 Min Read

Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Steven Toews

The Importance of a Solid Information Governance Framework

Without a comprehensive information governance framework, an organization is flying blind. A lack of coherent rules and guidelines for how...

April 27, 2020
367 Views 3 Min Read

Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Steven Toews

The Purpose of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model

The Electronic Discovery Reference Model, or just the “EDRM” for short, is a fantastic place to begin if you’re just...

April 27, 2020
153 Views 3 Min Read

Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Beth Moore

Playing the Odds: Finding the Perfect eDiscovery Tool

Eenie meenie miney mo…  I’ll assume you know the rest. Yes, I still use  nursery rhymes to help me make...

April 22, 2020
250 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in North America, Law & Policy
By M.J. Moye

How will eDiscovery Work With Lawsuits Challenging China’s COVID-19 Response?

While the personal, social, and economic costs ensuing from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may be almost unfathomable, that’s certainly not...

April 22, 2020
231 Views 4 Min Read

Tech & Software
By Hira Saaed

3 Challenges in Digital Forensics for Crime Investigation

"There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact," said Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional detective character, Sherlock Holmes. Just like...

April 19, 2020
235 Views 4 Min Read

Tech & Software
By Steven Toews

Electronically Stored Information: Easy to Create, More Difficult to Discover

On one level, the definition of ediscovery is easy to explain. It is simply the process of discovery in legal,...

April 19, 2020
294 Views 2 Min Read

Around the World, Law & Policy
By Drew Donnelly

What Your Purchasing Habits (Don’t) Have To Do With eDiscovery

New Data Protection Laws and Global eDiscovery “After a while you learn that privacy is something you can sell, but...

April 19, 2020
322 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Law & Policy
By M.J. Moye

The Challenges of Cross-Border eDiscovery and Information Governance

You love the ease of use and intuitiveness of Now Discovery’s Lumix platform for processing the legal review of data,...

April 15, 2020
335 Views 3 Min Read

Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Hector Corral

Subscription-Based Pricing and Why eDiscovery Needs It

eDiscovery pricing has historically been complicated and arbitrary. On top of per-gigabyte costs or per-service pricing for ingestion, conversion, processing,...

April 13, 2020
381 Views 3 Min Read

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada, Ediscovery in North America
By Steven Toews

The Sedona Canada Principles At Work

The Sedona Canada Principles are the Canadian version of the Sedona Principles commonly used in the United States. Simply put,...

April 13, 2020
389 Views 4 Min Read

Tech & Software
By Hector Corral

The 5 Pillars of Lumix: How Now Discovery Simplifies eDiscovery

At Now Discovery, we set a clear goal: we wanted to simplify ediscovery so that law firms, government agencies, and...

April 8, 2020
594 Views 4 Min Read

Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Beth Moore

eDiscovery Doesn’t Stop Just Because You’re Sheltering in Place

Let’s face it: the typical ediscovery setup is the opposite of social distancing. Lawyers travel to individual custodians’ offices, touching...

March 31, 2020
647 Views 3 Min Read

Ediscovery News
By Hector Corral

Now Discovery’s COVID-19 Preparedness Plan

Phoenix, Arizona, March 17, 2020:  Our employee’s safety, as well as business continuity for our clients, is extremely important to...

March 18, 2020
589 Views 2 Min Read

Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Beth Moore

How a Legal Tech Newbie Learned to Process Data in 10 Minutes

My entry into ediscovery wasn’t very graceful. I was a gemologist who only spoke diamonds for 17 years. But upon...

March 9, 2020
962 Views 3 Min Read

Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Hector Corral

What Is the EDRM, and Why Does it Matter for eDiscovery?

In the early 2000s, eDiscovery was still the Wild West. Before the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended in...

January 6, 2020
898 Views 5 Min Read

Ediscovery in North America, Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Hector Corral

10 Steps to Prepare You for a Rule 26(f) eDiscovery Conference

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(f) requires parties to litigation to meet-and-confer early in a case—the rule’s language specifies “as...

January 6, 2020
876 Views 8 Min Read

Tech & Software
By Hector Corral

Smart Technology, Smarter eDiscovery: Integrating Artificial Intelligence in eDiscovery

Artificial intelligence (AI) is permeating every aspect of our lives: it’s telling us what to buy and when we need...

January 6, 2020
890 Views 2 Min Read

Tech & Software, Tips, Trends & Best Practices
By Hector Corral

Why Scalability Matters for Successful eDiscovery

One week you’re handling a tiny eDiscovery matter with 5 gigabytes of data for review. The next, you’re swimming in...

January 6, 2020
808 Views 5 Min Read

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