Blog: 5 Tips to Preserve and Collect Defensible Electronic Evidence

The preservation and collection phases of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model are potentially the most critical parts of a case involving digital evidence. If electronically stored information (ESI) is not collected using proper and defensible […]

Blog: 4 Highlights from Bloomberg Law’s Legal Technology Survey and Their Implications for Law Firms

Legal technology is reshaping the legal practice at an incredible velocity. According to research by Bloomberg Law, many firms accelerated their technology priorities after shifting to work-from-home models last spring. More than a year later, […]

Legal Tech Column: Ensure Your Law Firm’s Incident Response Plan Covers These Areas

The sensitive data held by law firms makes them ideal targets for cybercriminals. Data breaches are not always the result of sophisticated plots carried out by genius criminals hacking firewalls and servers as shown on […]

Recent Sanctions Order Underscores the Critical Role of eDiscovery Professionals in Uncovering Relevant and Defensible ESI

When it comes to the collection and preservation of electronically stored information (ESI) as evidence, attorneys should hesitate to simply take clients at their word. In a recent case, DR Distributors, LLC v. 21 Century […]

How an IT Assessment Can Position Your Law Firm for Growth

The pandemic has brought a substantial amount of changes to the world, and the business of law is no different. But one thing that has not changed is lawyers’ dependance on technology. The pandemic made […]

Blog: How Lawyers Can Spot and Protect Against Smishing Scams

In an era of remote work, law firms continue to see a spate of data breaches and cybersecurity attacks. Recovering from a cyberattack often involves a significant investment of time and resources. Plus, after a breach, attorneys […]

Legal Tech Column: Does Your Law Firm’s IT Strategy Include These Commonly Overlooked Policies?

IT and cybersecurity policies should be law firm-wide priorities and not relegated to the IT department. Attorneys and law firm staff are often the cause of breaches and private data leaks, which makes comprehensive policies […]

eDiscovery Investigation Builds Significant Support for Plaintiff Claims in Recent Freedom of Information Act Case

Texas Case Seeks to Hold U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S. Customs and Border Protection and U.S Department of Health and Human Services Accountable for Critical Records Background: From June 2018 to March 2019, Bob […]

Blog: Digital forensics best practices to handle and prevent corporate data theft

There has been a recent increase in cases involving white collar crime and intellectual property theft from corporations. Data theft causes major disruptions to companies and can become increasingly challenging if the investigation process isn’t […]

Blog: Why the chain of custody is paramount to digital forensics

The Chain of Custody (COC) is a critical document that has the potential to make or break a case because of its ability to prove the authenticity of evidence and confirm that the integrity of […]