According to Scott Weisman, chief operating officer of LaunchPad Lab and co-founder of WarRoom, “Nextpoint has always been a leader in the eDiscovery and litigation software space, so we’re excited to continue shaping the future of legal technology with their team. We look forward to working with them to bring additional enhancements for lawyers around the world.”
According to Jonathan Fowler, Chief Information Security Officer at Consilio, “To deliver a secure client experience and meet our client’s end-to-end security needs, we have developed a worldwide enterprise security framework that meets all the latest guidelines of modern best practices and operates at a global scale for robust protection against the catastrophic risks of data security threats. Our enhanced offering is built into the framework of every Consilio engagement and allows us to provide high-touch, total value to our clients.”
In the fall of 2021, 27.4% of respondents viewed lack of personnel as potentially having the greatest business impact on their business in the next six months. This percentage is the highest of all concerns represented in the fall 2021 survey. This percentage is also the highest concern rating in the area of lack of personnel since the inception of the survey in the winter of 2016.
From artificial intelligence and predictive coding to eDiscovery business confidence and industry operational metrics, the October 2021 edition of the Five Great Reads on Cyber, Data, and Legal Discovery newsletter provides a selection of recent research, reports, and articles to update and inform cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery professionals on cyber, data, and legal discovery.
Based on research and tracking by ComplexDiscovery, this non-comprehensive planning list highlighting selected eDiscovery-related events, conferences, and meetings may be beneficial for individuals and organizations in the eDiscovery ecosystem evaluating sponsorship, support, and attendance plans for 2022.
Companies poring over high-stakes investigations and litigation now have immediate access to a powerful new service to assist in identifying and analyzing digital clues from mobile devices through HaystackID’s Mobile Elite Discovery and Analysis Lab (MEDAL). In this on-demand educational presentation, digital forensics experts John Wilson and Rene Novoa share considerations for full-file system and physical extractions from both Android and iOS devices with HaystackID’s MEDAL service.
According to David Cohen, partner, Reed Smith LLP, and chair of EDRM’s project trustees, “There is so much hype about the use of AI in the legal field and whether it may even replace human lawyers. Many legal professionals, however, don’t really understand AI and its practical applications. This paper provides a concise and understandable introduction to AI, its current and future applications in litigation discovery and related ethical considerations.”
In the fall of 2021, 67 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey participants chose to answer at least one of the optional business operational metric survey questions in the quarterly survey. 47.0% of respondents reported increasing Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR). This is the highest percentage of respondents reporting MRR as increasing since the introduction of operational metric questions into the business confidence survey in the winter of 2019.
According to Brad Harris, VP of Product at Hanzo, “Preserving data in Slack gives enterprise legal teams the flexibility they need to balance risk and cost by limiting the copies of data. We take an approach that always seeks to empower the customer to control the amount of data they collect and reuse it across matters once collected which limits exposure from overcollection and redundant data.”
As highlighted in the September 28, 2021, blog post “Making the Second Request Process Both More Streamlined and More Rigorous During this Unprecedented Merger Wave” by the new director of the Bureau of Competition Holly Vedova, the FTC has been anticipating publishing a revision to the Model Second Request. The latest revision is now available for consideration and use by business, legal, and eDiscovery professionals involved in potential or actual Second Request investigations.