Today may be Columbus Day, but it’s also six days until the 2019 Relativity Fest conference! In case you didn’t already know, Relativity Fest is an annual conference designed to educate and connect the eDiscovery community and features panel ...
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Goodbye Columbus, Hello Relativity Fest!: eDiscovery Trends

Today may be Columbus Day, but it’s also six days until the 2019 Relativity Fest conference!  In case you didn’t already know, Relativity Fest is an annual conference designed to educate and connect the eDiscovery community and features panel discussions, hands-on labs, breakout sessions, and insights from Relativity staff, Relativity users, and industry leaders.  It’s a big show with over 2,000 attendees and a lot going on.

Once again, Relativity Fest is in Chicago at The Hilton...

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Cell Phone Geolocation Evidence May Be Off the Mark (At Least in Denmark): eDiscovery Trends

If you watch Dateline, 20/20, 48 Hours or any other news program that covers notable crime stories, one trend has become more and more common – the use of cell phone/mobile device geolocation data to put alleged criminals at the scene of the crime (or at least very close to it).  We consider these devices – and the geolocation data obtained from them – to be highly accurate and important evidence in obtaining convictions for guilty parties or exonerating innocent ones.  Maybe we...

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Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?: eDiscovery Throwback Thursdays

Here’s our latest blog post in our Throwback Thursdays series where we are revisiting some of the eDiscovery best practice posts we have covered over the years and discuss whether any of those recommended best practices have changed since we originally covered them.

This post was originally published on May 9, 2011, when eDiscovery Daily was less than nine months old.

One of the things that has been clear about many of the projects I’ve managed over the years is that establishing a time...

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ACEDS Announces its New Leadership: eDiscovery Trends

Ever since the BARBRI Group announced back in July that Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) Executive Director Mary Mack and Vice President Client Engagement Kaylee Walstad were departing from their roles at the end of October, a lot of people in the eDiscovery community have been waiting to see who would take over leadership of ACEDS.  We now have our answer.

In an email to the ACEDS community on Monday, BARBRI Group Chairman and CEO Stephen Fredette announced that...

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Court Denies Plaintiff’s Request to Avoid Forensic Imaging of Devices in Apple Performance Case: eDiscovery Case Law

In the case In Re: Apple Inc., No. 5:18-md-02827-EJD (N.D. Cal. Aug. 22, 2019), California District Judge Edward J. Davila denied the plaintiffs’ motion to modify the Special Discovery Master order that authorized the forensic imaging of devices belonging to 10 of the more than 90 named plaintiffs in order to allow Apple’s outside experts to performance test the devices, finding that “Apple’s interest in performance testing the forensic images outweighs Plaintiff’s privacy interest...

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