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LitSmart E-Discovery

Don’t just litigate. LitSmart®! See how our award-winning team at LitSmart® leverages decades of experience in complex litigation, e-discovery and project management with best of breed technology in-house to provide comprehensive solutions that are superior to technology vendors or traditional law firms. Our team is the choice for savvy, streamlined and smart e-discovery.

  • Cyber
    Legal Updates

    New Federal Cybersecurity Guidelines – How Does Your Organization Stack Up?

    In the wake of recent cybersecurity incidents of historical significance on May 12, 2021, President Biden issued an executive order to improve the federal government’s efforts to “identify, deter, protect against, detect, and respond” to cybersecurity incidents.

    President Biden’s executive order is far more comprehensive than past government efforts in the realm of cybersecurity, nevertheless the government has also used this moment as a call to action for the private sector to step up its game. After all, a significant chunk of our critical infrastructure is owned and operated by private entities.

     
  • COVID
    Technology Advantage

    COVID-19 and E-Discovery- How Things Are Changing

    COVID-19 has changed the world we live in. People are working from home, students are attending classes online, and all group events are handled remotely. For those of us who work in the E-Discovery field things have changed also. While we are facing new challenges, we are also finding interesting new opportunities to conduct our work more efficiently, and everything we are learning will inform our work even after the pandemic is over. 

  • Social Media
    Legal Updates

    Navigating Social Media Retention and Collection During E-Discovery

    Companies and organizations use social media ("SoMe") to gain market advantage, shape and model their own image, market and advertise to customers, track how effective their marketing campaigns might be, understand who their customers are, test new products or services and provide a platform through which customers can provide feedback. Every post or piece of analytics could be considered a “business record,” subjecting it to discovery in both civil and criminal litigation, internal and government investigations or audits. As a result, attorneys and their IT teams should understand the best practices for preserving, processing, reviewing, and producing data from SoMe sites to acquire valuable – and usable – evidence.