The FRCP & E-Discovery Software

The FRCP, E-Discovery & Your Business While the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) may seem complicated, there is one point it makes with absolute clarity: businesses should have an enforced e-discovery and data retention policy. While this intimidating piece … Read More

E-Discovery Implications for Social Media

There’s an old joke where a man asks his wife, “Why do you always answer my questions with another question?” – To which she replies, “Why wouldn’t I answer your question with another question?” At Sherpa, we’re starting to be … Read More

New Compliance Attender Module: Classification

Sherpa Software has recently released a new module in Compliance Attender for Lotus Notes: Machine Assisted Message Classification. Machine Assisted Classification is the act of automatically adding or modifying headers (i.e., items) on messages as they move through the email … Read More

Did You Know: How to let users search with Discovery Attender for Lotus Notes?

Now that you have Sherpa Software’s Discovery Attender for Lotus Notes set up and ready to run, you need to give the appropriate people the ability to search. There are multiple ways to accomplish this task. You could set the … Read More

Managing E-discovery In-House

This article was initially published in the Law Journal Newsletter’s Legal Tech Newsletter.  By Diane Pittman, E-discovery Coordinator at Babst, Calland, Clements & Zomnir, P.C. Since 1986, Babst, Calland, Clements & Zomnir, P.C. (Babst Calland) has been providing focused legal … Read More

Debating Electronic Discovery Certifications

A current topic in the e-Discovery community is the value of certifications and associated programs. While a variety of options have popped up over the past few years, there is much debate on their effectiveness in gaining knowledge, measuring skill … Read More