Category Archives: eDiscovery

Strategic Governance Solutions signs new clients and projects

I have not blogged for a couple of months as I have been swamped getting my new company off the ground. We have signed a couple of large deals and I have hired staff. One of the projects is a … Continue reading

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eDiscovery Sanctions on the rise

Per a new article in the Duke Law Review: “E-discovery sanctions are at an all-time high. We identified 230 sanction awards in 401 cases involving motions for sanctions relating to the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) in federal courts … Continue reading

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Strategic Governance Solutions on ESIbytes podcast

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Jeopardy, eDiscovery & Records Management Revisited

Last year I wrote a post on the blog on IBM’s Risk Technology site about the application of natural language/semantic computing tools to endeavors as diverse as answering questions on the TV show Jeopardy- which IBM is currently working on – as well as the use of the same type of tools for Records Management and eDiscovery. … Manual Review, published in the January 2010 issues of the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, authors Roitblat, Kershaw and Oot (all members of hte Electronic Discovery Institute) set forth the results of a study they conducted comparing human review of documents collected for eDiscovery vs. computer review of the same collection.

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Why Don’t We Just Keep Everything?

There is a records retention crisis in the world of business. We know of large organizations that have more data in their IT systems then they have back up cycles available to preserve it. At the same time, these organizations … Continue reading

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