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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.
Live Webinar on June 8, 2016: How Automation is Revolutionizing eDiscovery

Live Webinar on June 8, 2016: How Automation is Revolutionizing eDiscovery

Join us on June 8, 2016, at 1PM EST/12PM CST, for a live overview of the evolution of electronic discovery technologies. Hosted by the Organization for Legal Professionals, this CloudNine sponsored webinar will also share approaches for considering and comparing technology offerings from the large ecosystem of providers supporting litigation, investigations, and audits. Additionally, the webinar will also include an overview of the attributes of fourth generation eDiscovery automation technology as well as a short demonstration on an eDiscovery automation platform. Date/Time: Wednesday, June 8, 2016, 1PM EST/12PM CST.

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Your “Mashup” of eDiscovery Market Estimates is Early This Year

Your “Mashup” of eDiscovery Market Estimates is Early This Year

The eDiscovery Software and Services market is expected to grow an estimated 13.15% Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) per year from 2015 to 2020 from $7.33 billion to $13.597 billion per year. Services will comprise approximately 71.69% of the market and software will comprise approximately 28.31% by 2020.

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What Happens in the Internet Each Minute in 2016? You Have No Idea

What Happens in the Internet Each Minute in 2016? You Have No Idea

In this era of Big Data, if you’re responsible for information governance in your organization, statistics like those shared in this article above might cause you to lose some sleep. Sorry about that. But, they do help convey the increasing challenge of managing all of the data within an organization.

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Merely Stating That ESI Request Is Not Relevant Or Proportional Is Not Sufficient, Court Rules

Merely Stating That ESI Request Is Not Relevant Or Proportional Is Not Sufficient, Court Rules

In Digital Ally, Inc. v. Utility Associates, Inc., No. 14-2262-CM-GEB (D. Kan. Apr. 15, 2016), Kansas Magistrate Judge Gwynne E. Birzer granted the plaintiff’s motion to compel discovery, overruling the defendant’s objections that the request was neither relevant nor proportional to the issues in this case, because the defendant “has not expounded on its objections to relevance or proportionality under Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(b)(1)”.

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BakerHostetler’s New “Attorney” Doesn’t Carry a Briefcase

BakerHostetler’s New “Attorney” Doesn’t Carry a Briefcase

BakerHostetler has brought a new “attorney” into the fold named ROSS (not like “Ross” from the old TV show Friends, but “ROSS”). They call ROSS “artificially intelligent”, which doesn’t sound like a very nice thing to say, but it’s entirely accurate.

As reported in The American Lawyer, BakerHostetler became the first law firm to announce that it has licensed the artificial intelligence product developed by ROSS Intelligence for bankruptcy matters.

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The Number of Files in Each Gigabyte Can Vary Widely

The Number of Files in Each Gigabyte Can Vary Widely

Now and then, I am asked by clients how many documents (files) are typically contained in one gigabyte (GB) of data. When trying to estimate the costs for review, having a good estimate of the number of files is important to provide a good estimate for review costs. However, because the number of files per GB can vary widely, estimating review costs accurately can be a challenge.

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The Cloud is a “Rush” Project’s Best Friend

The Cloud is a “Rush” Project’s Best Friend

Good luck connecting with your in-house litigation support person or a vendor for assistance late on a Friday – you may play a game of “phone tag” or wait for email responses for a bit. Lit support people and vendors have weekend plans too. Even if you do get in touch with them, you then have to fill out a form and arrange to get the data to them, which can be tricky. It’s a lot of time, hassle and cost to get started – especially if you’re at a small law firm that doesn’t already have an eDiscovery software application to support processing and review of the data.

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