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[...]
We all understand legal cases are impacted by evidence, and digital forensics is a critical facet for many legal cases. Digital forensics can be defined as the collection, study, and analysis of electronically stored information.
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 Future looks good for smaller law firms.
Despite the prevalence of digital information in our daily lives, the legal community continues struggling under a number of myths surrounding electronic discovery (eDiscovery). Instead of allowing long-standing misconceptions to inform legal action, here’s a closer look at the facts behind them
Throughout every phase in the electronic discovery process, it is inevitable for counsel to encounter the proverbial fork in the road. Making the wrong decision can have many repercussions The processing phase of an engagement can be particularly harrowing for those not fully informed about the potential issues that may arise. By taking a[...]
You use technology on a daily basis, whether to email and call clients or to read the latest news updates online. So if you aren’t using it in the courtroom, you’re missing out on many benefits. Trial technology can serve as a great asset to your case if used appropriately.