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Ediscovery Trends:
Industry Survey Results

The Kroll Ontrack 2014 ediscovery trends survey unveils fascinating developments about predictive coding, cybersecurity, social media and more from hundreds of litigation technology professionals.

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Ediscovery Trends: Industry Survey Results

The Ediscovery Blog

By Michele Lange

Nearline. If this term isn’t in your ediscovery vocabulary, it should be. Nearlining is a feature that allows litigation teams to quickly and easily set aside irrelevant documents and keep them separate from the active document roster in a discovery database. By moving non-critical data from active to nearline in a document review tool, databases […]

The post Reduce Ediscovery Storage Costs through Nearlining appeared first on The Ediscovery Blog by Kroll Ontrack.

By John Reikes

To kick off 2015, take a minute to reflect on these New Year’s Resolution statistics: 45: Percentage of Americans who usually make New Year’s resolutions 66: Percentage of resolvers who set fitness goals as part of their resolutions Did one of your 2015 resolutions involve fitness – losing weight or eating healthier? Are you feeling daunted […]

The post 5 Minute Quiz: Test your Ediscovery Fitness Level appeared first on The Ediscovery Blog by Kroll Ontrack.

By Michele Lange

As we approach awards season and you scramble to watch all of the nominated movies and TV shows (or add them to your to-do list), we here at Kroll Ontrack are looking toward something that hits a bit closer to home. From now until February 5th the National Law Journal (NLJ) will be accepting votes for […]

The post Thinking about awards season? Time to Vote for the National Law Journal’s “Best of 2015”! appeared first on The Ediscovery Blog by Kroll Ontrack.

The Ediscovery Buzz

Dec 16

2014 Ediscovery Case Law: Predictive coding takes center stage in key judicial opinions

Press Release

This year production, preservation and spoliation dominated legal case opinions, but the clear opinion front-runner was predictive coding, with judges across the country issuing milestone opinions. This was a key finding from the yearly analysis of reported 2014 ediscovery opinions and notable ediscovery themes by Kroll Ontrack.

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