Document Review

  • Redacting Sensitive But Not Privileged Information
    Legal Updates

    Redacting Sensitive But Not Privileged Information: Surveying the Cases For and Against – PART ONE

    In an era of massive spreadsheets, expansive power points, and wide ranging email discussions, there are innumerable documents that may contain tremendous amounts of non-relevant and sensitive information which the opposing side would not be entitled to at all, except for that information’s proximity to minimal amounts of relevant information. Not all courts have come out in the same place on redacting non-responsive information, however, and there appears to be a dearth of controlling law or general consensus. In this article we will survey a cross section of relevant cases on both sides of the issue.

  • Success Stories

    Select LitSmart® E-Discovery Team Document Review Successes

    With the opening of the LitSmart® E-Discovery Review Center in Winston-Salem, the award-winning LitSmart E-Discovery Team is able to centrally manage document reviews on litigation taking place across the country while providing e-discovery services at highly-competitive rates in the national market. Here we detail a sample of the team's 100+ successful document reviews.