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Data collection and early case assessment for investigations
Data collection and analysis for investigations is very different to collection for discovery or review. This article discusses the differences; how Early Case Assessment (ECA) can assist and the benefits of using review technology ...
Spotlight on eDiscovery
Many people are still confused about what electronic discovery encompasses ...
Will we see the end of Keywords in eDiscovery?
With the advances in Technology Assisted Review (TAR), it raises questions as to whether keywords still have a place in eDiscovery ...
How to Make Data Collection More ‘Effective’
Data can be collected efficiently, but if relevant data is not collected then the case will not come together.
Information Governance: Preserving Data and Being Prepared for Investigation
Organisations need to ensure their rules around information governance are being enforced. Many US organisations have an information governance officer in their IT, legal ...
How to speak IT
Ideally, everyone should have a basic understanding of the company’s IT infrastructure, not least because as more companies digitise, the risk of cyber threats increases. A cyberattack can come from anywhere ...
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Greg Chew
Always learning – insights from Greg Chew, General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore ...
Investigations: effective, strategic crisis-management – the first 48 hours
When a crisis such as a regulatory raid or phishing attack grips an organisation, there are essential steps to take that can steady the business and help it steer clear of further danger ...
ADR in the time of Covid-19, and why virtual and hybrid hearings are here to stay
To many practitioners’ surprise, virtual hearings have not been as difficult as feared ...
How to speak IT
Ideally, everyone should have a basic understanding of the company’s IT infrastructure, not least because as more companies digitise, the risk of cyber threats increases. A cyberattack can come from anywhere ...
Computer Forensics and the Rise of the Drone
With more people being confined to their homes in different parts of the globe, hobbyists will be finding new uses for their drones ...
Redactions? How to Ensure There are no Nasty Surprises
With recent headlines highlighting the damage and embarrassment that can be caused by poorly redacted documents, it is no wonder many firms and corporates are turning to legal document management specialists to secure their redactions ...
The Novel Coronavirus – Insurance Considerations
The Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) is likely to represent a significant exposure for the insurance market ..
Self-Collection Risks
When digital evidence is required at the start of a matter, it’s easy to get swept up in the moment and start rushing to gather the evidence but this is a key time to step back, take a moment and reflect on the ultimate aim ...
What Happens After the Dawn Raid?
The dawn raid has led to the forensic collection of 100,000 documents, now safely secured on a hard drive. What is the process from here? It’s important to plan your strategy in advance to minimise downtime, extract relevant documents and get ready for production ...
NewLaw takes-off in Southeast Asia
Rob Shakespeare of KorumLegal discusses the market for flexible and innovative legal solutions in one of the world’s fastest-growing regions ...
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