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Join ESI Attorneys for a Webinar on Building and Using an ESI Data Map

Join ESI Attorneys for a Webinar on Building and Using an ESI Data Map

Join us for the latest webinar on ESI Data Mapping -- Building and Using the ESI data map. This free webinar, to be held this Wednesday, July 28th at noon to 1pm EST, will feature Kelly Twigger and John Collins discussing how to build and use an ESI data map as part of the process to make ediscovery more efficient and effective for your organization.
Another use for that Volcano in Iceland?

Another use for that Volcano in Iceland?

Another brilliant cartoon from Case in Point. Remember your preservation obligation kicks in when you reasonably anticipate litigation, a subpoena or a government investigation.
A picture is worth a thousand words

A picture is worth a thousand words

The latest Case In Point cartoon really illustrates (pun intended) the challenges facing eDiscovery before we even get started talking.
Workshop: Building a Defensible ESI Data Map (Chicago)

Workshop: Building a Defensible ESI Data Map (Chicago)

Building and maintaining an ESI data map is the cornerstone of an effective program for managing ESI. Explore the details of this Chicago eDiscovery workshop.
Workshop: Building a Defensible ESI Data Map

Workshop: Building a Defensible ESI Data Map

Building and maintaining an ESI data map is the cornerstone of an effective program for managing ESI. Learn more about the workshop, schedule, and dates.
Reviewing ESI online?  Five things to consider when choosing a review platform

Reviewing ESI online? Five things to consider when choosing a review platform

Here are a number of key issues you need to consider before signing on the dotted line and handing over the client's ESI.
Tip of the Week

Tip of the Week

To store email for custodians without installing an email archive, work with IT to utilize the journaling feature on your Microsoft Exchange server.
Podcast: Helpful Tips for ESI Data Mapping to Reduce eDiscovery Costs

Podcast: Helpful Tips for ESI Data Mapping to Reduce eDiscovery Costs

A couple of weeks ago, John Collins and I had the pleasure of chatting wtih Karl Schieneman of ESIBytes.com as part of his podcast series. Our podcast on the issues in data mapping, including the roadblocks to building an effective data map, whether an ESI data map is privileged, and other key concepts can be downloaded directly from the the blog. If you haven't been to ESIBytes.com to check out the entire series of podcasts, you should. Karl has covered the gamut of issues with the best of the best in e-discovery and every podcast I have heard has some golden nugget to take away. Our podcast runs just over an hour.
Welcome to ESI Attorneys eDiscovery Blog

Welcome to ESI Attorneys eDiscovery Blog

Welcome to the newest blog on issues in e-discovery, brought to you by ESI Attorneys, a law firm devoted to assisting clients with managing ESI, and dealing with issues related to producing ESI in litigation.  With hosts of legal blogs […]