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How To Solve The Challenges Of Reviewing Large Email Sets

The Top 10 Things the Boutique Lawyer Needs to Know for Effective Email Review in Discovery

With hundreds of billions of emails exchanging hands daily, each with its own unique metadata, container folder and possible attachments to examine, special consideration must be given to email at every stage of eDiscovery. Litigators and paralegals must effectively review ESI (Electronically Stored Information) during production, and great care must be taken to avoid producing confidential information. This webinar offers practical steps for moving email through the eDiscovery process while uncovering key evidence and ensuring that privileged information is not inadvertently leaked.
Agenda
  •  Managing increasing email volumes
  • What ‘delete’ really means
  • Best practices for displaying and reviewing attachments
  • Deciphering email headers
  • Detecting ‘spoofing’
  • Using culling and deduplication to eliminate unnecessary email
  • Methods to ensure full searchability of email
  • Understanding email time zones

Mastering Custodian Interviews & ESI Data Mapping

Best Practices in Building Your Case and Locating Key Case Evidence

The proliferation of ESI sources requires an approach that expands beyond email. Understanding the IT profile of the custodian and utilizing a data map is instrumental in identifying the key sources of ESI. The growth in apps, collaboration platforms, cloud storage and the Internet of Things (IoT) devices has resulted in the exponential growth in quantity and complexity of ESI sources. A thorough custodian interview and data map is critical to uncovering and organizing all relevant data sources. The data map not only minimizes the risk of overlooking important ESI but reveals, at a glance, potential holes in your collection. This webinar offers a guide to conducting a comprehensive custodian interview and how to organize that information to create a defensible data map.
Agenda
  • Workflow and Case Development
  • Why Interview Custodians?
  • Custodian Identification
  • Conducting Custodian Interviews
  • What is Data Mapping?
  • Benefits of Data Mapping
  • Data Mapping log
  • Data Mapping reports
 

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  • Improved review quality versus manual review
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Lexbe NearDupe Groupings

  • Several valuable use cases including: 
    1. Privilege protection
    2. Streamlined review of similar documents
    3. Grouping of emails with different email Message-IDs
    4. Grouping produced documents not maintained in native format
  • Consistency by grouping similar, key and potentially privileged documents, ensure that your productions are consistently coded
  • Faster Review by automatically identifying and bulk coding large groups of related documents for responsiveness, relevancy and issues

 

Lexbe Email Threading

  • Reduces the time and cost of reviewing large email sets
  • Easily cull unresponsive data
  • Quickly identify responsive emails contained within an email thread
  • Quickly identify all the recipients of emails on a topic

 

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A Boutique Lawyer’s Guide To Mastering The Document Intensive Case

A Boutique Lawyer’s Guide to Mastering the Document Intensive Case

Leveraging eDiscovery Technology to Handle Complex Cases with Limited Resources

Increasingly lawyers are taking advantage of technology to practice in specialized boutique and smaller firm environments. But the rapidly growing size of collections of electronically stored information (ESI) presents an increasingly difficult challenge: How to effectively manage these resource-hungry cases without large firm support? What happens when the firm takes on a document-intensive case that its current review and production methods can’t handle? This educational webinar addresses how a boutique firm can effectively manage large cases, meet its deadlines, and avoid being outgunned by larger firms with greater staff and resources. Agenda
  • Growth of Boutique Law Firm
  • Challenges for Boutique Firms Handling Large & Complex Cases
  • Technology and Staffing to Support a Boutique Firm Practice
  • eDiscovery/Document Management Software by Case Stage
  • Document Review/Production Options in Large Cases
  • Case Study
  • Checklist for Managing Document Intensive Cases
Speaker Gene Albert is the CEO of Lexbe, and a frequent speaker and writer on litigation technology and eDiscovery topics.  He is on the Planning Committee of the Texas State Bar eDiscovery Program. Gene has his JD from Southern Methodist University and his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.

Managing Non-Email Communications in eDiscovery

Increasingly, non-email communications make up critical evidence in modern litigation. Text messaging and social media are used regularly by case participants and witnesses in addition to traditional email. Companies are supporting instant messaging and other collaborative applications in addition to email for internal communications. Failure to collect, request, and review this evidence can negatively impact case outcomes, particularly if an opponent is effectively using this evidence. Learn best practices to master all evidentiary communications, no matter the form or latest technology.

Agenda:

  • Growth in non-email messaging
  • Problems in collecting, processing, reviewing, producing, and using non-email communications
  • Integrating non-email communications into eDiscovery workflows
  • ESI data mapping of non-email communications
  • Raw data normalization and review PDF creation
  • Post-processing review functions
  • Production, depo, and trial prep
  • Checklist for effective use

Speaker Info

Gene Albert is the CEO of Lexbe, and a frequent speaker and writer on litigation technology and eDiscovery topics. He is on the Planning Committee of the Texas State Bar eDiscovery Program. Gene has his JD from Southern Methodist University and his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin

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