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Category Archive for: Search

Attorneys’ Duty to Implement Legal Hold Does Not End After Hitting Send

A lawyer's duty to prevent evidence destruction does not end when they hit send on a legal hold email. Both in-house counsel and outside counsel are responsible for overseeing the implementation of and compliance with legal holds.

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3 Creative Ways to Reduce Document Review Volume

The first step in reducing document review costs is culling data to include only potentially relevant documents. Here are a few culling techniques we use.

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5 Search Tricks to Increase Document Review Efficiency

Despite advancement in AI and machine learning in document review software, effective search methods are still important for review efficiency.

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E-Discovery Cooperation- Some Suggested Areas of Agreement

This article explains why cooperation is an important e-discovery concept and also provides some real-world suggestions about areas of cooperation.

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Do I Have to Agree to E-Discovery Search Terms?

E-discovery is a cooperative party-driven process. Agreement on search terms and methods is important. But, that does not mean you get everything you want.

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Judge: “Come on, Just Use Deduplication.”

Judge: producing potentially duplicate documents from additional witnesses not a burden because deduplication features of ediscovery software may be used.

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E-Discovery & Legal Ethics – What to Do About It Part 6: Data Searches

The sixth in a series examining e-discovery concepts addressed in recent legal ethics opinions. This article discusses e-discovery search techniques.

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6 Easy Ways to Review Fewer Documents in E-Discovery

Taking the time to figure out what not to review in an e-discovery project is an important task that saves time, money and promotes efficiency.

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