April 18 Webinar: Bringing Dark Data to Light

Mark your calendars… on Wednesday, April 18th at 10:00am PDT, we’re hosting a webinar. This time, our VP of Security and Compliance Lisa Hawke will team up with CEO AJ Shankar to bring you: “Bringing Dark Data to Light: Ethical Considerations and the Technology You Need Today.” Potentially exculpatory photos in a social media feed.
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The Future of Legal: Everlaw featured in USA Today

Check us out in Mediaplanet’s The Future of Legal campaign where we spoke about how the industry is changing thanks in part to new technology, trends, tools, and more. The campaign was distributed through USA Today on March 29, 2018 and is published online. For the full campaign, visit: http://bit.ly/2pL4QFc.

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SSO login

Last Friday was another release day over at Everlaw, and as always, we’re excited to share with you the latest and greatest! The recent release includes features designed to streamline your login experience, improve metadata processing, and provide you with a smoother introduction to Everlaw functionality. Read on for a very brief run-down of the
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Translating German Search Terms and Determining Proportionality in Volkswagen Clean Diesel

In 2017, Volkswagen pled guilty to criminal charges for misleading authorities on the emissions produced by its diesel cars. As a result of this case, the Volkswagen “Clean Diesel” Marketing, Sales Practice, and Products Liability Litigation case was a shareholder class action in which the plaintiffs sought the production of email messages dating back to
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Who’s a Custodian, What’s Protected, and What Counts as Reasonable? Judge Sallie Kim’s Opinion on Shenwick v. Twitter

Magistrate Judge Sallie Kim issued a discovery opinion that should be included in ediscovery chapters of Civil Procedure textbooks. In a security class action against Twitter, Judge Kim methodically issued orders covering whether to include custodians in the scope of discovery, application of the Stored Communications Act, and proximity search terms.1 Should the Co-Founder and
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