E-Discovery

  • Mobile Devices
    Legal Updates

    BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Policies and Best Practices

    In the modern workplace, companies are beset with a multitude of challenges regarding ownership and use of devices such as laptops, mobile phones, tablets, and others, and the information on or accessed by them. It has become increasingly common for companies to follow a model called BYOD, or “Bring Your Own Device,” where an employee purchases their own device and the company pays for either all or partial service. While there are clear advantages to this type of business model, there are drawbacks that should be considered when drafting company policies. 

  • 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. 

  • Winning the E-Discovery Groundhog Day with Data Repositories
    Technology Advantage

    Winning the E-Discovery Groundhog Day with Data Repositories

    As clients become more engaged as stakeholders in the EDRM, they hope to avoid a “groundhog day” loop of collect, process, review and produce in one case, then rinse and repeat for ensuing matters which  cover a similar data universe. An e-discovery data repository containing previously processed, and often previously reviewed, data can short circuit this loop.