Do E-Discovery Tools Need to Recognize Emojis?

Category: EDiscovery

28 May
Do E-Discovery Tools Need to Recognize Emojis?

When was the last time you worked on a case involving information gathered from social media or text messages? Chances are, not that long ago. As communications mediums change, so, too, do the types of evidence that we present in court. However, it is getting harder to keep up with these new forms of communication
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21 May
Why Do Judges Think Attorneys Don’t Understand E-Discovery?

E-discovery is often seen as a revolutionary tool that has changed the way evidence is found, preserved and presented in court. Such a powerful tool has been acknowledged by the court system and has influenced changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, so the courtroom can take advantage of these advances. So, why do
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28 Apr
When Does File Sharing Waive Privilege?

It’s been almost a year since most of the legal community first heard of Harleysville Insurance Company v. Holding Funeral Home, Inc., et al.,2017 WL 4368617 (W.D. Va. 2017). The effects of this case changed the way the legal world looked at file sharing and e-discovery. However, if you didn’t follow the case long enough,
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