Feb
02

A Rose by Any Other Name:  It’s All Information Governance

Many articles focused around information governance (IG) discuss the framework in terms of data collections, legal holds, and other eDiscovery related tasks. By limiting IG to a specific eDiscovery focus however, these commentaries lose the full strategic scope of what … Read More

Altitude IG Updates for January

The new Altitude IG updates for January are being released at the end of the month.  The update includes several new legal hold notification features: Automated re-sending of the hold notice if the custodian has not acknowledged the hold within … Read More

Jan
26

Sherpa’s Top 10 Must Reads!

As 2016 kicks off, you’ve most likely heard “new year, new you” more times than you can count. New resolutions, new goals, new perspective, new, new, new.  We too look at the New Year with a view toward developing great … Read More

Jan
22

Predictive Coding

In my article on reducing eDiscovery costs in last month’s Sherpa newsletter, I made mention of an automated document review technique known as Predictive Coding. As discussed in the article, the primary expense involved in the eDiscovery process isn’t so … Read More

Jan
13

What you need to know about litigation holds

The term litigation hold refers to an organization’s responsibility to preserve potentially relevant information when they are a party to a dispute, already named in a litigation, or have the reasonable expectation of being involved in litigation. Several years ago, … Read More

Jan
07

New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendments to Rule 37

Noteworthy changes have been made to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) affecting the legal discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) as of December 1, 2015.  These amendments were in response to the growing volume of ESI targeted in … Read More