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2017 year in review

There are many ediscovery lessons to be learned from cases in 2017, ranging from the use of predictive coding to the intent to deprive. US Magistrate Judge Sallie Kim and former Justice of the Texas Supreme Court and current US District Judge Xavier Rodriguez share their views on the top ediscovery court opinions from the past year, including thoughts on proportionality, narrowly
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Organization Leads, Now Do More!

Over the years, and the dozens of releases we’ve had here at Everlaw, a consistent theme we’ve tackled is taking many of the more powerful features we’ve built and placing them directly in the hands of our users. For instance, over one year ago we gave case admins the ability to upload your own data
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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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Big Case, Big Problems in the State Attorney General's Office

The Everlaw Solution for Investigation, Onboarding, and Security Background The state attorney general was considering giving up on ediscovery enterprise vendors. The large prosecutor’s office had tried several popular platforms, and each one created more problems than they solved. The team struggled with the simplest tasks—even onboarding attorneys and allocating documents for review. “We’d reached
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What Does "Reasonable" Data Security Mean?

The November/December 2017 issue of ethikos, the Journal of Practical Business Ethics, featured an article by Everlaw’s Director of Security and Compliance, Lisa Hawke. Ethikos is published by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, a non-profit association made up of over 6000 compliance and ethics professionals, and examines ethical issues in business. In her article “What does ‘reasonable’ data
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