e-discovery

e-discovery

(Electronic-DISCOVERY) Relevant evidence in a court case that resides in electronic form. It includes all types of electronic files, including Web pages, email correspondence, as well as database, word processing and spreadsheet files.

Faster than Manual Coding
Compiling electronic evidence is much faster than manual coding from paper documents as has been common in the past. Meta-data such as date, from, to and type of document can be extracted automatically from electronic files in order to create an evidence database.
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Compiled (formerly Compiled Services) has released the latest version of ReadySuite, with a new bridge feature that allows users to retrieve information from the CloudNine LAW e-discovery platform and import it into Relativity, as well as retrieve field data from Relativity and overlay the data into LAW.
E-discovery and sophisticated presentation tools and software have become commonplace in many courtrooms and most large law firms, and success might depend on staying abreast of the latest products and methods or at least ahead of the competition.
3 April 2018 - Washington, US-based e-discovery and advisory services provider Lighthouse has acquired Switzerland-based consulting services and chat processing software provider Forexus to expand products and services for financial services institutions, the company said.
E-discovery is a subject many attorneys would rather avoid.
As new types of content materialize from various applications and devices, the e-discovery process will become more difficult.
Summary: A Legalweek West session looks at how to navigate the disparate e-discovery guidelines of investigatory agencies and the biggest challenges companies will face.
Government agencies have hired additional e-discovery experts to help manage their data volumes, but most still struggle with electronically stored information (ESI) infrastructure and processes, according to consulting firm Deloitte.
New York, NY, June 09, 2016 --(PR.com)-- The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, announced today that it has scheduled a live webcast entitled: BYOD, Mobile Devices & e-Discovery: Practical Tips to Take Advantage of Opportunities and Manage Challenges.