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Our experts bring you the most relevant industry information from around the country. Read the latest articles on hot topics like computer forensics, middle office support, data security, and more.

Charting an eDiscovery Course with Technology Assisted Review 8/25/16

The modern claims professional, helping an insured client navigate a high risk litigation, has two goals; he or she wants their client to achieve a reasonable settlement or receive a favorable ruling, and they also want to keep the cost of any such settlement and the expenses leading up to it reasonable. It can come […]

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The West Coast Forensics Lab 7/12/16

DTI is pleased to announce the opening of the west coast forensics lab, which allows DTI to better serve its west coast clients with both state-of-the-art technology and our well-seasoned forensics team. The lab was designed by forensics experts, for forensics experts, to efficiently and securely receive computer evidence, properly document that evidence, and then […]

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A Legal Services Transformation 6/29/16

Legal costs have skyrocketed in recent years, as have the risks associated with recent data breaches at major AmLaw law firms. This DTI White Paper explains why transitioning to a managed services model will cut costs and minimize your risk. Access it here.

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4 Ways to Make Deposition Prep Smoother 6/29/16

Many aspects of the deposition process cannot be controlled, but attorneys can ensure that they—and their witnesses—are well prepared by reviewing key facts, documents, and timelines ahead of the deposition. The problem is that depositions often take place long before review is complete, so there are still large document volumes for the case team to […]

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Leveraging Technology to Decrease Cost 5/25/16

Attitudes concerning technology continue to evolve as our perceptions can be altered more rapidly than the technology itself changes.   No need to debate how Facebook, Twitter, or Edward Snowden have impacted the dialogue surrounding technology and our culture overall.  What is important, however, is how our ability to interact virtually has shifted so swiftly and […]

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Automation in eDiscovery: Building Guardrails Without Sacrificing Flexibility 4/27/16

Most people would agree that rule number one in eDiscovery is quality, followed closely by speed. No matter how many perfect deliveries you’ve shipped to a client, one incident of producing privileged documents can be enough to torpedo your relationship.  Zach Nolte discusses how to maintain effective guidelines within your eDiscovery process to maintain a quality […]

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Reducing eDiscovery Distraction Through ESI Data Mapping 4/27/16

The ad-hoc and seemingly random timing of eDiscovery requests can play havoc with IT scheduling and deployment plans. Looking for a solution? In this article with CIO Review, John Collins, DTI Director of Information Governance, tackles the benefits of implementing ESI Mapping within your organization. Read it here.

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Should Legal Technology Be Studied in Law School? 4/27/16

As the rate of data creation increases, it is essential that current and future litigators better understand how available technologies can help them attain the goal of Rule 1 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures, i.e. to secure the just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of every action and proceeding.  In this article with Legal Technology […]

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Big Data Can Be Asset and Vulnerability 3/1/16

Big data is generated by every digital and electronic process. What do you do with all this data? Data is an information asset but data that isn’t properly governed can also be a huge liability for an organization. In his article, “Big Data Can Be Asset or Vulnerability”, Adam Bowen discusses the challenges companies face […]

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The non-legal tasks in discovery require complex technology infrastructure and a high degree of technical skills which are outside of law firms’ core competencies. Building this support function internally often requires huge technology investment. Partnering with a trusted legal service provider allows firms to take advantage of specialized expertise, fill technology gaps, free up expensive fixed […]

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