eDiscovery, Native Format, and Why Meet and Confer is Essential: EDRM, Part 4

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[...]
By | February 13th, 2018 | eDiscovery | Comments Off

Process, Review, Analyze: EDRM eDiscovery Best Practices, Part 3

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[...]
By | December 20th, 2017 | eDiscovery | Comments Off

Looking Closer at the EDRM: Identify, Preserve, Collect

In our last blog, we spoke about EDRM, or the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, considered the definitive guide to the recovery and discovery of electronically stored information, or ESI. Our last blog was an introduction to the EDRM and its utilization, and for the next few blogs we’ll be taking a closer look at the individual steps of[...]
By | November 30th, 2017 | eDiscovery | Comments Off

EDRM Is Essential for Managing ESI. Here’s Why:

As our world grows increasingly connected through electronic devices like computers, tablets, and cellphones, the use of eDiscovery (the collection and review of electronically stored information) has become an essential step for attorneys and law firms when building a case. The Electronic Discovery Reference Model, or EDRM, remains the definitive[...]
By | October 10th, 2017 | eDiscovery | Comments Off

Closing the Gap Between the Lawyer and the Jury With Trial Presentation

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[...]
By | September 07th, 2017 | Trial Presentation | Comments Off

Guest Post from CloudNine: No Cost EDA Reporting Service Provides Essential Information to Attorneys

This post originally appeared on the CloudNine blog and is posted here with permission. CloudNine, the eDiscovery Company which provides eDiscovery automation software and professional services for litigation, investigations, and audits, today announced the availability of its free Early Data Assessment (EDA) reporting service. This no cost[...]
By | August 01st, 2017 | eDiscovery, CloudNine | Comments Off

Legal Eagle Clients in the News: Gallivan White Boyd

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.
By | June 28th, 2017 | Greenville, SC | Comments Off

The Best Advice My Mother Ever Gave Me

It's funny the things you remember when thinking about Mother's Day.
By | May 04th, 2017 | Litigation Support | Comments Off

5 Things to Ask Before Hiring a Trial Technician

Trial technicians – those responsible for managing and presenting evidence to Judge and Jury -- are also called “hot seat” operators. Any delay in presenting the requested exhibit can seem like an eternity. One miscue on their part, such as bringing up the wrong exhibit, can immediately result in a mistrial: Hence the term, “hot seat.” Although[...]
By | April 20th, 2017 | Trial Presentation | Comments Off

Guest Blog: CloudNine Looks at eDiscovery in Case Law

This week, we'll be posting a guest post from Doug Austin over at CloudNine's eDiscovery Daily Blog. CloudNine is one of our main partners in providing excellent eDiscovery and computer forensics services to clients here in South Carolina. In this post, CloudNine takes a look at eDiscovery in case law. In Singh et. al. v. Hancock Natural Resources[...]
By | March 28th, 2017 | CloudNine | Comments Off