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Authored and edited by eDiscovery expert Doug Austin, eDiscovery Monthly highlights the best of each month's eDiscovery case law, best practices, and trend updates, as published on the highly recognized eDiscovery Daily Blog.

Editor's Note: Join me for the ACEDS-hosted CloudNine-sponsored webinar on the Fall 2016 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey Results. eDiscovery Expert Panelists/Presenters for this webinar include:
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By 2020, 92 Percent of Everything We Do Will Be in The Cloud: eDiscovery Trends

By 2020, 92 Percent of Everything We Do Will Be in The Cloud: eDiscovery Trends

According to an article on Forbes.com, by 2020, 92 percent of computing workloads will be processed by cloud data centers; versus only eight percent being processed by traditional data centers. Read The Complete Post

With No Proof of Duty to Preserve or Bad Faith, Plaintiffs’ Request for Sanctions is Denied: eDiscovery Case Law

With No Proof of Duty to Preserve or Bad Faith, Plaintiffs’ Request for Sanctions is Denied: eDiscovery Case Law

In Reyes et. al. v. Julia Place Condominiums Homeowners Association, Inc., et. al., Louisiana District Judge Carl J. Barbier, in denying the plaintiffs’ request for sanctions, stated that the plaintiffs “have failed to produce sufficient evidence proving that [defendant] Parkview had a duty to preserve the ledgers, that Parkview acted in bad faith in destroying the ledgers, and that the destroyed evidence was relevant to Plaintiffs' claim”. Read The Complete Post

The Top Hot Topics in eDiscovery: eDiscovery Trends

The Top Hot Topics in eDiscovery: eDiscovery Trends

I recently had the opportunity (and pleasure) to sit down for a podcast interview with Sharon Nelson and John Simek for their podcast series Digital Detectives on the Legal Talk Network. Here’s how you can listen to that interview. Listen To The Complete Interview

Three Ways that eDiscovery is Safer in the Cloud: eDiscovery Trends

Three Ways that eDiscovery is Safer in the Cloud: eDiscovery Trends

In the article 3 Ways E-Discovery is Safer in the Cloud than On-Premise, David Greetham discusses how, often, cloud service providers have stronger security options than those at law firms. He notes three reasons in particular as to why that is the case. Read The Complete Post

According To This New Report, eDiscovery Market Expected to Nearly Triple in Five Years: eDiscovery Trends

According To This New Report, eDiscovery Market Expected to Nearly Triple in Five Years: eDiscovery Trends

According to a new market research report, the eDiscovery market is estimated to grow from $7.89 Billion (US) in 2016 to $22.62 Billion by 2021, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 23.4% from 2016 to 2021. Read The Complete Post

Defendant Not Required to Use Predictive Coding by Court: eDiscovery Case Law

Defendant Not Required to Use Predictive Coding by Court: eDiscovery Case Law

Regardless how the election turned out last night, eDiscovery case law marches on. In the case In re Viagra Products Liability Litigation, California Magistrate Judge Sallie Kim, noting that other courts had declined to force a party to use predictive coding, denied the plaintiff’s motion to force the defendant to use predictive coding instead of its preferred approach using search terms. Read The Complete Post

How SaaS Automation Has Revolutionized eDiscovery for Solo and Small Firms: eDiscovery Trends

How SaaS Automation Has Revolutionized eDiscovery for Solo and Small Firms: eDiscovery Trends

I’m in Austin today, speaking at the Texas Bar CLE program eDiscovery in Your Case. I’m excited to be included in the program, participating in the luncheon presentation eDiscovery Software for Solo and Small Firms with Kathy Owen Brown of DLA Piper and Gene Albert of Lexbe! I wrote an article titled How SaaS Automation Has Revolutionized eDiscovery for Solo and Small Firms for the session. Get A Copy Of The Complete Article Here

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