Yesterday Apersee hosted a webinar on Purchasing Decisions for e-Discovery.
The webinar focused on law firms moving their litigation environments to the cloud and we thought we’d share the most salient points of the presentation with you, so here they are.
Frank Spadafino, CIO of Epstein Becker Green, made the point that “you use more things in [...]
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an international body that develops voluntary international standards for everything from the sterilization requirements for health care products to banking telecommunication message systems. The ISO has recently formed a committee within their cyber security unit to develop standards for the e-discovery process. These standards, if written, would help [...]
LegalTech New York was a big success this year! The turnout was great and the session topics were right on target with some of the most pertinent legal technologies today.
Last year’s sessions only scratched the surface of technology-assisted review (TAR), but in 2013 panelists were able to take a deeper dive after high [...]
A Decision made by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on December 12, 2012 affirms that images and text messages that are stored on personal cell phones are not protected by the Stored Communications Act (SCA). The purpose of the SCA is to prevent unauthorized access to wire and electronic communications in temporary and back-up [...]
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California recently issued new guidelines regarding the e-discovery process. These new guidelines were developed by Judge Elizabeth Laporte and the Court’s Rules Committee and became effective as of November 27, 2012. The purpose of these guidelines is to establish best practices for evidence preservation and production. [...]