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Infographic: From Paper Process to Business Focus

Today’s business world is unforgiving. Adapt or risk falling behind. One way to move forward is to improve workflows by streamlining your document-centric business processes. The drivers pushing you to take the first steps towards making paper-based processes more efficient are compelling. As depicted in the infographic below, employees say they […]


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A blog post written by Jim McGann of Index Engines on May 4th zeroed in on an interesting topic; how to keep ESI skeletons out of your corporate closet. In his post Jim writes: Law firms and corporations alike tend to keep data storage devices well beyond what their compliance […]


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One day after a internet privacy bill was introduced in the senate, one was introduced in the house. The senate bill called the Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights introduced by Sens. John F. Kerry and John McCain includes measures to address consumer concerns that their sensitive data could be misused. […]


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In a recent case; Accessdata Corp. v. ALSTE Tech. GMBH, 2010 WL 3184777 (D. Utah Jan. 21, 2010), the Plaintiff, an American company, sought to compel defendant’s production of documents, including information related to customer complaints and defendant’s technical support of non-customers.  Defendant objected to the interrogatories and requests for production […]


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The law firm of Gibson Dunn has just published their mid-year Electronic Discovery and Information Law Update and pointed out some interesting trends. The report can be viewed here. From the Gibson Dunn report: Of the 103 opinions Gibson Dunn analyzed, litigants sought sanctions in 30% (or 31)–compared to 42% in […]


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