Countless solutions are moving to the cloud, especially since the pandemic forced so many into remote and hybrid working arrangements. But how have those trends impacted eDiscovery? Is it moving to the cloud as well? If so, what are the developments influencing that shift?
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Cost is the driving factor behind so many eDiscovery decisions, and quite often, we reactively review matters to see where costs could have been saved. What can you actually do to reduce it? Are there steps to take in the early stages of a case?
Gavin focused on two topics for the discussion:
- Collection of data from mobile devices, and
- Avansic’s new eDiscovery Services Assessment.
How Legal Teams are Approaching Self-Service eDiscovery
Ari Kaplan spoke with Dr. Gavin Manes, founder and CEO of Avansic, a provider of eDiscovery and digital forensics services, about the primary activities and technologies incorporated into eDiscovery projects, where litigants are facing the most challenging eDiscovery issues, how legal teams are approaching self-service eDiscovery, and the role of forensics in modern discovery.
A clear understanding of search concepts and fundamentals remains a cornerstone of eDiscovery, as we covered in part 1 of this webinar series. This webinar illustrates the application of search technology in eDiscovery project workflows to win cases.
Even with advanced analytical technologies available, search is still a critical activity for successful eDiscovery. In this two-part webinar series on search, the first will be about the principles and fundamentals of search technologies, from basic to advanced. The second webinar illustrates the application of search technology in workflows to win cases.
In a recent UF Law Conference eDiscovery survey, 65% of respondents said they use artificial intelligence (AI) as part of their workflow. We are all exposed to AI every day - most of the time without even knowing it, and this is true in eDiscovery as well.
Join us as Ian Campbell of iCONECT and Dr. Gavin Manes of Avansic discuss how the adoption of specific AI techniques can accelerate your eDiscovery workflow. From common tasks such as textual analytics for detecting near dupes and...
eDiscovery and forensics share the goal of locating digital evidence to support the facts of an investigation or discovery. While eDiscovery is content-based, forensics is more dependent on context. However, there are forensic techniques you can integrate into everyday eDiscovery processing to improve efficiency and accuracy.
In this webinar, Ian Campbell of iCONECT and Dr. Gavin Manes of Avansic show four ways to use humans, tools, and data to achieve eDiscovery success. Detailed techniques to use during project origination, how to request and load data from your clients, and how to modernize production requests from other parties. Learn how to use your documents most effectively to prepare for depositions and motion practice, including specific goals of each step and how standards and automation can...
Litigation support and eDiscovery professionals are always looking for ways to improve their workflow and results and ensure they are taking the most effective approach on a matter. With cost-effective control of the technology and process you can take that to a new level.