Four Key Trends in eDiscovery for 2022

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 July 2022

Technology gives legal professionals the option to collaborate via apps, work remotely and better manage the information needed for their cases. 

Cloud-based solutions make it easier to collect important information through streamlined workflows while decreasing litigation costs.

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A Scalable, Flexible Approach to Investigations

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 June 2022

Modern investigations are changing rapidly, with challenges in data volume, complexity, diversity and scarce resources forming a perfect storm threatening to blow away investigative processes not optimised for modern challenges.

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The Role of Digital Forensics in eDiscovery

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 September 2021

We live in a digitised society, so it only makes sense that our courtrooms are also rapidly moving with this trend. Almost all litigation matters these days – from civil to criminal – involve some form of digital evidence. Computer hard drives and mobile devices are popular sources for collecting digital evidence.

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Using Technology to Deliver Just and Expeditious Resolution of Proceedings

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 April 2021

A number of years ago, an outsourcing provider would consider a litigation matter of one hundred folders a huge job. The folders would be copied five times and sent out. Today, we see all different kinds of matters coming in to utilise ever-increasingly sophisticated discovery technology, but the hundred folder photocopy jobs are still here.

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Looking Forward into 2021: Current Trends in Litigation

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 February 2021

COVID-19 will continue to have significant impacts on litigation proceedings and the associated data management and eDiscovery challenges.

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Do Lawyers Need to Learn Code? The Role of eDiscovery Consultants

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 February 2021

The world of eDiscovery and, more broadly, legal process outsourcing, has changed quite dramatically over the past five to ten years. The number of documents that legal teams deal with day-to-day keeps increasing and data volumes containing information relevant to litigations continue to soar. The problem that legal teams have is that budgets are not growing with them.

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Managing eDiscovery In-House: Key Tips

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 October 2020

Although COVID-19 has brought about significant changes in how litigation and arbitrations are run, particularly across borders, the costs for litigation and document review are still significant. Taking this into consideration, an increasing number of companies are looking at ways to bring eDiscovery in-house or at least parts of it.

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Looking Forward Into 2020: Industry Trends

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 March 2020

The role of lawyers is set to change more rapidly in the next decade than it has in the last 100 years. Here is a summary of the biggest trends for 2020.

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Will 2020 see the end of Keywords in eDiscovery?

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 March 2020

By Phillip Buglass, Consulting Lead

For many years keyword searches have been, if not the gold standard then at least, the normal standard for identifying potentially relevant documents for legal review. With the advances made in Technology Assisted Review (TAR) however questions are raised as to whether keywords still have a place in eDiscovery. So, will 2020 see the end of keywords?

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Planning for and Managing an Investigation with eDiscovery

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 28 June 2018

We explore how electronic discovery (eDiscovery) tools can assist in planning for and managing an investigation.

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