Ediscovery white papers: T's crossed and i's dotted.
Informative resources for your next ediscovery case.
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|KrolLDiscovery has developed a legal hold preparedness guide to give you the tools you need. From tips and case law to the FRCP amendments, this guide will help your organization establish or validate your legal hold processes and procedures. After all, preparedness is essential, and only you can prevent preservation and legal hold wildfires.||Legal Hold|
|In the past year, KrolLDiscovery summarized 57 significant state and federal judicial opinions from 2016 related to the discovery of electronically stored information.||Ediscovery|
|Litigation teams face new challenges when an ediscovery project crosses borders – from multilingual data and unique cultural norms to unfamiliar laws, regulations and data privacy practices. This guide includes practical insights into how organizations all over the world are managing a wide range of business challenges using ediscovery technology.||International Ediscovery|
|In 2015, Kroll & KrolLDiscovery surveyed over 170 corporate in-house counsel to share their perspectives on modern legal challenges facing corporations.||Ediscovery|
|Six months have passed since the December 1, 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) took effect. What has been the impact of the new rules on civil litigation and discovery?||Ediscovery|
|Duty to preserve, emphasis on proportionality and reasonable form of production dominated this year’s ediscovery judicial opinions as courts prepared for the December 1, 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP).||Ediscovery|
|At the heart of the amendments is a renewed effort to provide judges and lawyers with practical tools to help move the discovery process along and keeps costs in control.||Ediscovery|
|A report that looks at the experiences of actual IG practitioners.||Information Governance|
|A report that summarizes snippets of advice.||Information Governance|
|2020 Vision on Information Governance by the Information Governance Institute (IGI)||Information Governance|
|The world of ediscovery saw some major headlines in 2014. Suddenly, judges were allowing predictive coding during discovery, stopped kidding when it came to sanctions, and demanded social media data was preserved.||Ediscovery|
|The KrolLDiscovery 2014 ediscovery trends survey unveils fascinating developments about predictive coding, cybersecurity, social media and more from hundreds of litigation technology professionals.||Ediscovery|
|Key considerations and best practices to help you increase ediscovery efficiencies and save costs with predictive coding.||Ediscovery|
|Insightful ediscovery metrics that aren't on a "need-to-know" basis.||Ediscovery|
|How to leverage the strengths of people and innovative technology to reduce document review costs.||Review|
|An examination of Technology Assisted Review’s application to the legal practice of document review.||Review|
|A guide to navigating conflicting laws in cross-border discovery.||International Review|
|A guide to collecting, filtering, reviewing and producing multilingual documents in ediscovery.||International Review|
|Reduce costs, improve consistency and develop your case strategy during document review.||Review|
|A comprehensive guide to case law, discovery challenges and ethical concerns associated with social media.||Ediscovery|