ACEDS Jacksonville Chapter Makes e-Discovery Into an Event

What’s the best way to promote a better understanding of e-discovery and the law? If you’re the Jacksonville ACEDS chapter, the answer is a weeklong series of events, dinners, and get-togethers. ACEDS Jacksonville’s e-Discovery Week was designed to educate and promote best practices in E-Discovery in the Jacksonville area in May. “Our goals were to […]

BITS + BYTES ROUND-UP – NEWS AND UPDATES FROM AROUND THE EDISCOVERY LANDSCAPE

The Bits + Bytes Round-Up provides capsule updates on developments and emerging stories in the e-discovery field. This week, we’re looking at a number recent stories about e-discovery and computer forensics that have broken through to mainstream news. Facebook Can’t Prevent Your Posts From Being Used Against You In Court In a far-reaching opinion that […]

ACEDS e-Discovery Conference Featured Speaker: Craig Ball

Do you want straightforward eDiscovery talk that’s understandable, relatable, and will help you be better at your job? Craig Ball is a lawyer and eDiscovery expert who has served as a special master in countless complex cases. He’s also a blogger and teacher who has made it his mission to advance the state of the […]

The unexamined consequences of taxing eDiscovery costs against losers

This article originally appeared on the Logikcull blog and is reproduced here courtesy of Robert Hilson, director for Logikcull. He can be reached at robert.hilson@logikcull.com. Earlier this year, a federal judge in Denver defied a growing and increasingly authoritative body of case law in awarding a victorious defendant in a discrimination suit about $57,000 in eDiscovery […]

Bits + Bytes Round-Up – News and updates from around the ediscovery landscape

The Bits + Bytes Round-Up provides capsule updates on developments and emerging stories in the ediscovery field. This week’s Round-Up covers trends in global litigation studies, the OPM data breach, social media evidence in divorce cases, and more. Global litigation survey highlights growing ediscovery costs, prevalence of TAR, mobile data’s rise – Issued last week, […]

Five ways to avoid getting sued for discovery malpractice

This article originally appeared on the Logikcull blog and is reproduced here courtesy of Robert Hilson, director for Logikcull. He can be reached at robert.hilson@logikcull.com. Data-related fiascos that lead to malpractice suits, or disputes that would otherwise spawn malpractice claims if they weren’t settled quietly out of court, happen all the time. You don’t hear much […]