The ESI eDiscovery Blog

The New (Model) Order for Patent eDiscovery: A Real Game-Changer

The New (Model) Order for Patent eDiscovery: A Real Game-Changer

In a speech on September 27, 2011 to the Eastern District of Texas Bench Bar Conference, Chief Judge Randall R. Rader of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit revealed a new Model Order for Patent E-Discovery.
Social Media is Everywhere

Social Media is Everywhere

If you are not on Facebook, Google + or other social media sites, you need to know how they work and the lingo, because your witnesses, clients and jury members are and do.
Securing Your Employees' Hardware – Why You Should Continue to Care

Securing Your Employees' Hardware – Why You Should Continue to Care

In response to the question "Should you secure your employee's hardware?", the answer is always, "Well, yes, of course!"
The Lesson of DOJ vs. AT&T – Why Knowing Your Electronic Systems is Critical When Dealing With the DOJ

The Lesson of DOJ vs. AT&T – Why Knowing Your Electronic Systems is Critical When Dealing With the DOJ

Let's discuss the millions of dollars that have likely already been spent by AT&T and T-Mobile in producing electronically stored information (ESI) to the DOJ in connection with its antitrust review, and how companies can get some control over those costs.
Active vs. Forensic Images in eDiscovery — The Difference Could Mean Spoliation.

Active vs. Forensic Images in eDiscovery — The Difference Could Mean Spoliation.

Understanding the difference between an active image of a hard drive vs. a forensic image is crucial in preservation and collection for e-discovery.
Assessing eDiscovery in M&A Due Diligence

Assessing eDiscovery in M&A Due Diligence

As the M&A market continues to heat up, companies need to have as part of their due diligence checklist an assessment of how the target has addressed e-discovery in their litigation.
You Won’t Want to Miss the Mile High ARMA Chapter Spring Seminar

You Won’t Want to Miss the Mile High ARMA Chapter Spring Seminar

I am honored to lead an all-star cast in Denver for a hands on seminar explaining how day-to-day of information management plays out in litigation through eDiscovery.
Event: Mile High Denver ARMA Board – Annual Spring Seminar

Event: Mile High Denver ARMA Board – Annual Spring Seminar

The Denver ARMA chapter Spring Seminar will be a day long event designed to teach records managers, attorneys and IT professionals the role that records and information management plays in the litigation process, specifically as it relates to e-discovery.
What is E-Discovery?

What is E-Discovery?

ESI Attorneys is a law firm devoted to assisting clients with managing their electronically stored information (ESI), and dealing with issues related to producing ESI in litigation, otherwise known as eDiscovery. See how ESI Attorneys can help you with the […]
Meet ESI Attorneys: Kelly Twigger

Meet ESI Attorneys: Kelly Twigger

Kelly Twigger is the founder and owner of ESI Attorneys. She is also a frequent speaker on e-discovery issues and social media and a guest lecturer at Marquette University Law School.