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Cross Border Litigation - An Inventive & Unified Approach

Posted 11/1/18 4:00 PM by Justin Tebbe

The world has never had a more truly global economy than present day.  We are able to order goods and services from practically any country and have it all shipped to our doorstep in a matter of days - exactly what we want, when we want it.  We are able to invest in growing economies, and there are new forms of currency being developed to make trading goods and services even easier.  So what does this mean for companies wanting to expand into new markets and do business outside of their home country?  These businesses will be subjected to many new regulatory, civil and criminal laws to which they must comply, as well as observing cultural differences, in order to start and maintain their business in the new market. Finding answers or even simple guidance in these matters can be challenging enough, but ending up in litigation due to oversight could be catastrophic.  For eDiscovery- having to learn new systems for the review of data, and understanding the various capabilities and organization of those systems, can pose additional challenges and unnecessary frustration that can lead to delays; or other issues that can be costly in more ways than just money.

A Week in the Life of a Senior Project Manager

Posted 04/24/18 4:40 PM by Inventus

An Inventus Senior Project Manager shares tales of data processing and Barbados.

GLITZ, GLAM & GIGABYTE GUESSTIMATES: AN INSIDE LOOK AT eDISCOVERY SALES

Posted 12/6/17 5:28 PM by Andrew Bayer

At the time of authoring this blog post, I’m quickly approaching my 14th year within the eDiscovery industry – a feat that is equal parts remarkable and startling, given the tumultuous environment that we have witnessed the last several years. Over the course of my tenure within this highly competitive, extremely tenuous and (yet) rewarding space, I have seen my fair share of personal and professional success stories. However, for each of the triumphs that I’ve been a witness to I have also been witness to significant failures. Throughout it all, myself and many other eDiscovery professionals have proudly dedicating our careers to a common noble purpose: selling the best eDiscovery services possible to a wide arrange of in-house and outside counsel consumers. The difference between success and failure, in terms of achieving this noble purpose, resides wholly within one’s ability to actually deliver upon this promise – something that requires evolving with the industry and acting on behalf of the consumers who have placed their faith in you.

Five Ways to Prep Your Data for a More Efficient Document Review

Posted 10/12/17 4:54 PM by Megan Leach

 

Document review software is integral to the success and effectiveness of a review. In this blog, I'll discuss the five ways you should be preparing your data for more efficient document review:

Technology Assisted Review in Government Investigations: Where Are We Now?

Posted 08/3/17 3:00 PM by Chad Riley

eDiscovery comes in many shapes and sizes and some practice areas are naturally more subject to dealing with data intensive production requests than others. One such area is government investigations. Whether it is an investigation led by the DOJ, SEC, FTC or any of the other myriad Federal or state agencies, being on the receiving end of a government inquiry often means having to collect and make sense of an exorbitantly large amount of data.

To Track Or Not To Track Your Data…..That Is (Not) The Question

Posted 07/14/17 6:16 PM by Tina Najbjerg


For an eDiscovery vendor, keeping track of your data ─ or rather, your client’s data - should not be a question but a given. I know it may seem like an additional burden, when your client is demanding that you process their data NOW, and you may hesitate to create more work for your already exhausted Project Manager (PM). Despite the additional work, keeping even a very basic spreadsheet of each data set or production your company receives/sends-out pays off in more ways than you might think.

5 Ways to Use Concept Searching that You Might Have Missed

Posted 06/23/17 1:54 PM by Ed Fiducia


Though it took a number of years to gain initial acceptance, “concept search” technology has now matured to the point where it is deployed in the vast majority of document review platforms in the industry.

The Changing Face of Early (and Late) Case Assessment

Posted 06/9/17 8:37 PM by Thom Siblo

As the eDiscovery space evolves into an increasingly crucial component of litigation and the legal industry as a whole, the faces and concepts of yesteryear are beginning to change. There was a time not that long ago when the phrase Early Case Assessment (“ECA”) conjured visions of marginally helpful concept wheels, and limited search functionality coupled with long lag times between searching and the ability to review the data.

New Wine in an Old Bottle: The Discoverability of Social Media.

Posted 05/17/17 11:03 PM by Sarah Sawyer

According to the Pew Research Center, 7 out of 10 Americans participate in social media. We share our lives with varying degrees of privacy on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.

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Posted 05/11/17 7:48 PM by Inventus

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