Tag Archives: Alternative Resolution Centers

20 Aug

Companies Should Think Before Putting Their “Heads” Into Cloud Computing!

Companies Should Think Before Putting Their “Heads” Into the Cloud! August 20, 2010| Law & Forensics Part 1 of 1 Daniel B. Garrie, is the  Senior Managing Partner  at Law & Forensics LLC and works out of the Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York offices. He focuses on e-discovery, digital forensics, cyber security and warfare, data privacy, and predicitive coding working with law firms, governments, companies,

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15 Apr

Technology, “the Fire that Burned down the House?” (Part 2)

Technology, “the Fire that Burned down the House?” April 15, 2010| Law & Forensics Part 2 of 2 Daniel B. Garrie, is the  Senior Managing Partner  at Law & Forensics LLC and works out of the Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York offices. He focuses on e-discovery, digital forensics, cyber security and warfare, data privacy, and predicitive coding working with law firms, governments, companies, and non-profits

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13 Apr

Technology, “the Fire that Burned down the House?” (Part 1)

“Where are we and what are we doing here?”  This is a common question today for both court and counsel in matters of discovery.  On a daily basis the courts are being bogged down by extensive and expensive undirected and misdirected discovery contests.  Lawyers no longer appear to be saving their “powder” for battles in

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31 Mar

ESI and Technology Issues When Performing Mergers and Acquisitions

ESI and technology issues relating to data storage and retrieval are often critical to litigation; there are many examples of high-stakes litigation that has turned on issues involving data management and e-discovery. See, e.g., United States v. Microsoft, 253 F.3d 34, 71–74 (D.C. Cir. 2001). New legal frameworks have been created to deal with the reality

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03 Mar

Managing Electronic Discovery Costs

Managing Electronic Discovery Costs | Is Buying it is Cheaper and Safer than Renting It? March 3,  2010| Law & Forensics Part 1 of 1 Daniel B. Garrie, is the  Senior Managing Partner  at Law & Forensics LLC and works out of the Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York offices. He focuses on e-discovery, digital forensics, cyber security and warfare, data privacy, and predicitive coding working

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21 Feb

Should we revisit the electronic discovery reference model?

Recently I attended an IQPC conference where one question that was raised during our presentation was, “Is the EDRM model outdated, based on the technology toolsets currently available?” This question inspires another question, “Is the EDRM model, so heavily relied on, hampering the evolution and delivery of the techno-legal solutions that enable the market to

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03 Feb

E-Discovery: 2009 Year In Review

This year, the case law at both a state and federal level matured, with the end game still being that reasonableness, common sense and good faith are the underlying tenants guiding document discovery. The federal courts emphasized that document requests balance the cost-reward ratio and rest on some demonstrative basis for the request beyond gut

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