2017

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The Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

This week we’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled ediscovery series to say thanks for being a reader of the Everlaw blog! Before we close out the year, we wanted to look back at the most popular posts of the year. As expected, our readers are very interested in ways to improve their ediscovery
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encryption in transit at rest

This is one piece in our series covering our ediscovery chapter of a legal informatics textbook. In this series, we’re covering the ediscovery basics, including the history of the EDRM, core technical ediscovery concepts like cloud computing, the technologies powering ediscovery, as well as the future of ediscovery. You can also get the ebook in full
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cloud ediscovery

This is the fourth in our multi-part series covering our ediscovery chapter of a legal informatics textbook. In this series, we’re covering the ediscovery basics, including the history of the EDRM, core technical ediscovery concepts, the technologies powering ediscovery, and the future of ediscovery. You can also get the ebook in full here. Today we’ll start
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Everyday Discovery Disputes and the Need for Redacting Spreadsheet Cells

Magistrate Judge David Waxse’s Williams v. Sprint/United Mgmt. Co. opinion in 2005 was likely the first to address the challenges of redacting spreadsheets. The discovery disputes in the Williams I opinion included 1) an order to show cause why metadata was scrubbed from spreadsheets; 2) the need for redaction of Social Security Numbers; and 3)
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document analysis

This is the third in our series on our ediscovery chapter of a legal informatics textbook. In this series, we’re covering the ediscovery basics, including the history of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), core technical ediscovery concepts, the technologies powering ediscovery, as well as the future of ediscovery. Today we’ll walk through our favorite,
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