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By Chris Moore
The Family Court of Australia is progressing toward the exclusive use of electronic Family Court Appeal Books.
The expert review team could process the data in time and ensure there was no unnecessary delay in the transition period.
By David Kerstjens
This article includes potential avenues of investigation that relate to data and evidence obtained from a mobile device.
By Mei Yong
Investigations are quite complex, so this article explores modern investigations and how forensic expertise may help.
By Brittany Willis
Good Court Book preparation is essential to the work of counsel, but they may be done incorrectly or be missing entirely.
By Erick Gunawan
Data, collected for whatever purpose, should be protected and treated as potential evidence that could end up in court.
By Law In Order
Using Relativity Processing and ECA reduced their overall data footprint by 75 percent with a 25 percent cost savings.
By Mei Yong
Arbitration in Hong Kong has seen a move towards technology solutions to manage complex, multi-jurisdictional cases.
By Law In Order
Technology assisted review of the numerous court documents was an example of efficiency and cost savings in e-discovery.
By Law In Order
This client needed to review email data to provide a hyperlinked list of the most relevant documents for their barrister.
By Law In Order
The use of eDiscovery, analytics and technology assisted review could produce a timely and accurate review of documents.
By Law In Order
A review of the documents was completed in less than 3 days, saving the client a significant amount of time and money.
By Law In Order
As new forms of data become admissible, firms rely on e-discovery and analytics to build cases and strengthen claims.
By Phillip Buglass
UK case confirms importance of a defensible & transparent process when it comes to data identification, collection & review.
By Matthew Hollings
Author offers help If you find yourself dealing with a less than traditional challenge relating to data for an investigation.