Approaching mobile collection with conventional methods can result in run-away eDiscovery costs, lost data and the careless oversight of evidence. Traditional collection methods, including discovery orders, have not evolved to include the unique file structure and ESI channels that exist in mobile devices. Moreover, uncontrolled Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) practices almost ensure preservation and privacy nightmares unless deliberate steps are taken to appropriately manage ESI. This webinar highlights the various considerations attorneys must make as they strategize ESI collection from mobile devices.
Robert Keeling is an experienced litigator whose practice includes a special focus on electronic discovery matters. He represents both plaintiffs and defendants in complex civil litigation throughout the nation and conducts internal investigations in the U.S. and throughout the world. Mr. Keeling has authored several articles on eDiscovery and social media and is a co-chair for his firm’s eDiscovery Task Force.
Preventing the inadvertent disclosure of privileged information in litigation is increasingly challenging. Technological advancements have ushered in varying mediums of information storage and exchange, that thoroughly document privileged communications. This requires additional review resources to protect confidentiality and privilege. The consequence for litigation professionals is more privileged documents and data, residing in increasingly disparate formats and locations, with an increased risk of inadvertent disclosure. Fortunately, innovation in e-Discovery technology combined with process and workflow improvements can help you meet the challenge of protecting privilege.
Gene Albert is the CEO of Lexbe, and a frequent speaker and writer on litigation technology, document management, and eDiscovery topics. He has his JD from Southern Methodist University and his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.
G2 Crowd, an online software grading platform, validates users before administering a 60 point questionnaire to gain in-depth feedback on various software applications. Their analysis of eDiscovery platforms places Lexbe in the lead on 6 out of 7 key metrics in determining Return on Investment (ROI).
Lexbe won against competing eDiscovery services including Relativity, Next Point, Logikcull, and others in offering faster ROI (within a month by G2 Crowd analysis), and higher scores in nearly all customer satisfaction benchmarks.
G2 Crowd Findings:
G2 Crowd polled verified Lexbe users to determine that the average Return on Investment took less than a month for most users. This impressive metric offered the fastest turn-around time on an eDiscovery investment among the platforms included in the study.