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Do You Have FOMO? You Should—If You’re Not Finding and Collecting Dynamic Web Evidence

Do you have FOMO? And do you have FOMO about the right things?

Fight Fire With Fire: Using Artificial Intelligence to Find Discoverable Information Online

Here’s a scenario that might be common enough in your day-to-day life: imagine that you’ve misplaced your wallet. ...

The Web as a Data Source: What We Can Learn From In Re Ex Parte Application of Levi Strauss & Co.

The web is a rich, varied, yet essentially untapped data source. Are you making full use of it in your eDiscovery?

Websites Have Evolved—It’s Time for Ediscovery to Follow Suit

Remember the original internet, with its clunky graphics and minimal information? You might not remember doing much ...

Seeking Production in Native Format? Case Law Tips From MetLife Investors USA Insurance Co. v. Lindsey

Over the last year, requests and productions of native-format documents have featured regularly in ediscovery cases ...

Case Law Summary: Native-Format Production — Lessons From McDonnel Group, LLC v. Starr Surplus Lines Insurance Co.

With some electronically stored information (ESI), what you see is what you get. A simple screenshot, PDF, or TIFF ...

Ediscovery Investigations: Finding the Needle in the Haystack—and Then Using it

Ready, set, GO! When litigation is threatened, a critical time period begins. You may only have a matter of days to ...

Cambridge Analytica Shook Up the Way We View Data Privacy—and Ediscovery Collections

After 2018, companies may never view online data collection in the same way again.

The Form of Production in Ediscovery: Does Native Format Matter?

In the hustle and bustle of ediscovery planning, we often focus more on the content of discoverable information than we ...

Case Law Summary: Are “Private” Facebook Posts Discoverable?

In the recent case of Forman v. Henkin, the New York Court of Appeals ruled that “private” Facebook posts were subject ...

Native Format Web Preservation for Ediscovery and Compliance

You’re a terrific data custodian. When you send a letter to a client, you keep a copy for your records. You neatly stow ...

What Goes Wrong When a Company Tries to Collect Web Data: Leidig v. BuzzFeed

Collecting data from your own website: how hard can it really be? I mean, can’t anyone take a screenshot or rely on the ...