ESI and Paper Paper still exists in litigation. Most cases involve “native” or electronic files (think eDiscovery) that extract important metadata when processed. The "automatic" coding of electronic information from metadata is an added value when working with a document database. However, not all cases involve ESI and eDiscovery, and many[...]
Legal Eagle, South Carolina’s most recognized litigation support service firm, is excited to announce the acquisition of Hamilton Court Reporting, LLC, of North Carolina, a leading provider of deposition and court reporting services. “We are thrilled to join forces with a highly esteemed court reporting firm in North Carolina and provide services[...]
Due to the concerns arising from COVID-19, your company may opt for digital solutions to effectively facilitate remote depositions and videoconferencing. As courts continue to delay proceedings, it allots some with more time for preparation. Regardless of prevalent contagions, here are top reasons to consider leveraging advanced technology and[...]
Legal Eagle's eDiscovery Director, Tim Thames can now add Cellebrite Certified Operator and Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst to his already long list of certifications.
The Electronic Discovery Reference Model, or EDRM, is considered the definitive model for eDiscovery for law firms, legal professionals, and other organizations. The EDRM includes nine stages for working with electronically-stored-information (ESI): Information Governance Identification Preservation Collection Processing Review Analysis Production[...]
Continuing our series on the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (or EDRM), considered the definitive guide to the recovery and discovery of electronically-stored information (or ESI), we’ll be moving onto processing, reviewing, and analyzing ESI as part of litigation preparation. We’ve previously discussed Identifying, Preserving, and Collecting[...]
We are in the age of visual information, and trial presentation is increasingly essential for lawyers who present their case before a jury. Visual content plays a role in every part of life. Psychologists who have studied the way people communicate and learn have discovered that approximately 65% of the population (2/3 of any jury pool) are[...]
One of our clients has recently made the news, and we thought we’d take a moment to share! The law firm of Gallivan White Boyd has been chosen for inclusion in the 2017 edition of Leading Lawyers for Business from Chambers USA. They’ll be featured as a Leading Law Firm in Commercial Litigation.
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