Tag Archives: EDiscovery

Announcing An eDiscovery Challenge: Can It Be Done Within Microsoft Office 365?

[Editor’s note: This is a guest post by veteran e-discovery consultants Tom O’Connor, director of the Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center, and Don Swanson, president of Five Star Legal.] Nine years is a long time for technology. In 2009, eDiscovery expert … Continue reading

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Linked – Adapting eDiscovery Tools for Smarter Post-Data Breach Reviews

It actually makes perfect sense to use your existing eDiscovery tools to assist with any type of investigation that requires you to find things in a large set of data. It’s, literally, what they are built to do. Heck, I … Continue reading

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We know what you did last session: E-discovery made easy

It’s no secret that the most valuable information is always the most well-hidden—either by unfortunate chance or by design. Luckily, Adam Candeub, professor of law at Michigan State University College of Law and director of the Intellectual Property, Information, and … Continue reading

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CloudNine Voted as a Leading National eDiscovery Provider in Eleven Categories in 2018 Best of Midwest Reader Ranking Survey

Fourth Annual Best of the Midwest Survey Highlights Legal Community Recognition of CloudNine CloudNine, a leader in simplifying and automating legal discovery, today announced its recognition as a leading eDiscovery provider by voters in the National Law Journal’s fourth annual … Continue reading

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The eDiscovery Industry – Still Burning People Out

Recently, while meeting with a vendor doing a software demo, the sales rep for said vendor assured me that: “You’d have an assigned project manager, and you’ll have their cell phone number and can reach them anywhere, anytime, even if … Continue reading

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