Tag Archives: Electronically Stored Information

On Lawyers and “Process”

  Recently a colleague posted this question pondering an observed dearth of business process-improvement interest among lawyers with whom he works: “I continue to notice attorneys are very disengaged with process improvement. It’s usually in the hands of the administrators and … Continue reading

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Putting One’s Money…

..in the proximity of one’s pie-hole. The sweet spot for e-Discovery competence is in the ‘grey space’ between legal knowledge (essentially, amassing evidence on support of claims and defenses) and information management (e.g., governance, custodial behavior, technical aspects of storage and … Continue reading

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Welcome

You’ve reached the ESIdence Blog. We’re working to bring insight – from all sources  – about electronically-stored information and how litigation can change its character. Visit our “About” page for a little deeper description, and add us to your RSS … Continue reading

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