Embracing eDiscovery for Mid-Sized Law Firms

Feb 22, 2024 1:21:09 PM / by Ryan Short

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In January we published a tongue in cheek bingo card before Legalweek that poked fun of many of the words and phrases used by eDiscovery software and services providers, like “voluminous data” and “explosion of data.”

It was a silly thing, but it resonated because the terms were all so ubiquitous.

There’s More Than One Way to Lay a Foundation: Retrieving Short Message Data

Feb 8, 2024 9:04:00 AM / by Adam Arnold

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More than 23 billion text messages were sent from cell phones daily in 2023. Consequently, the collection of messages will likely be a topic of conversation during a litigation or investigation. After balancing the issues of the case, the ability to obtain information from other sources, the potential relevance of cell phone data, and the time consuming and costly nature of cell phone collection, collection may be needed. Proper data collection and handling of messages is difficult, especially...

Legalweek Bingo

Jan 25, 2024 3:06:08 PM / by Ryan Short

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By its very nature, eDiscovery is serious work.  

Back to Basics: eDiscovery in Insurance Coverage Litigation

Jan 11, 2024 11:38:31 AM / by Ryan Short

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Insurance coverage litigation often involves epic amounts of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) such as claims files, underwriting materials, emails, and even short message data. Because of this volume (and complexity), eDiscovery can be a valuable tool.

Outsourcing eDiscovery: Cost-Effective Strategies for Mid-Sized Law Firms

Dec 28, 2023 12:30:50 PM / by Drew Kartes

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eDiscovery is a critical yet sometimes daunting aspect when preparing for litigation. The sheer volume and complexity of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) can feel overwhelming for firms that don’t have an in-house litigation support or eDiscovery team, leading to escalating costs for their clients.

Short Message Data Collection in eDiscovery: Challenges and Solutions for Lawyers

Dec 14, 2023 11:45:07 AM / by Ray Biederman

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As a vendor that helps attorneys prepare for litigation during the eDiscovery phase, we've seen firsthand how the collection of short message data, such as text messages and social media, has become increasingly important. In fact, short message data is now one of the most common types of electronically stored information (ESI) collected in eDiscovery.

Generative AI in Employment Law: A Defense Trial Lawyer's Perspective

Nov 30, 2023 11:16:25 AM / by Hamish Cohen

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Generative AI is a rapidly evolving field with the potential to revolutionize many industries, including law. While the full impact of generative AI on employment law is still unknown, there are a number of potential implications for both employers and employees.

eDiscovery in Insurance Coverage Litigation

Nov 16, 2023 11:30:00 AM / by Ray Biederman

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"Is it PROteus? ProTEEus? Pro-TAY-us? What is that? What does it mean?"

As a lawyer representing clients in insurance coverage litigation, I've seen firsthand the unique challenges and opportunities that eDiscovery presents. With the increasing volume and complexity of electronic data, it's more important than ever for insurers and law firms to have a robust eDiscovery strategy in place.

Death to User Fees

Sep 22, 2022 9:50:46 AM / by Ryan Short

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On October 1, 2022, Proteus will become the first Relativity partner to eliminate user fees for data hosted in RelativityOne

What's In a Name?

Aug 1, 2022 4:49:09 PM / by Ray Biederman

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"Is it PROteus? ProTEEus? Pro-TAY-us? What is that? What does it mean?"

When my partners and I were preparing to launch Proteus in 2015, I wanted a name that carried multiple layers of meaning, including a nod to the type of work we do (apply advanced technology to the tradition-bound legal industry) and homage to our hometown (Indianapolis).