In feisty case, District Court Judge Robert Miller for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana OKs defense team's jump-start on predictive coding.
At its best, document review is a long and laborious process intended to find relevant (and hopefully dispositive) documents for your litigation or investigation. At its worst, document review is a remote, expensive, time-consuming, and not very revealing look into the facts of your case.
Business Intelligence Associates Inc. announced a new tool called Data Extractor that will give channel partners reselling its cloud-based e-discovery software TotalDiscovery the flexibility to use whatever processing tool they choose.
AccessData Group announced an upgraded version of its mobile forensics software, Mobile Phone Examiner Plus 5.3, plus the MPE+ Talon hardware add-on that provides support for Chinese chipsets.
Digital forensics and e-discovery provider Guidance Software Inc. annnounced two new services to aid organizations bringing e-discovery in-house with EnCase eDiscovery.
The attention being paid to cybersecurity by both government and businesses in the U.S. has reached unprecedented heights, according to a new outlook report from Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.
Stroz Friedberg has launched Navigator, a desktop and mobile application designed to manage company compliance programs and educate employees. The interactive app can be customized for each organization to provide real-time answers to employee questions about company policies and relevant regulations.
Iris Data Services announced Monday the opening of a new litigation support office in Atlanta to provide e-discovery project management and client support.
The almost-eternal saga over whether or not U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck of the Southern District of New York would have to recuse himself in Da Silva Moore for alleged conflicts of interest in the use of predictive coding software continued on April 10 when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit weighed in on the matter.