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Four Steps to Taming the Data Explosion with Information Management

Corporations are struggling to store, understand, and manage mind-bogglingly huge volumes of information. By getting a firm grip on their data, businesses are in a better position to meet legal requirements, and will benefit from the resulting advantages associated with organizing their data, such as reduced storage costs and increased efficiency.

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Can innovation take legal technology into the future?

The past decade has seen extraordinary change in how legal services are delivered and consumed. From my early experience as national technical editor of the first Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) to my more recent experience in the emerging legal operations profession, I’ve had a front row seat. I’ve recently taken on the role of chief innovation officer at Epiq. With approximately $1 billion in revenue last year from more than 40 countries supported by 7,000 employees, we have a unique perspective from which we can evaluate opportunities for innovation in the legal industry.

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When Google Stores Emails Overseas, Can the U.S. Government Access Them?

Privacy advocates were pleased in 2016 when the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, ruling in favor of Microsoft, found that the government could not compel the tech giant to turn over customer data stored overseas. The decision marked the first time that a federal court had ruled on whether the Stored Communications Act (SCA) could be applied overseas. At the time, it appeared that tech companies may be able to rely on the SCA to protect information stored on servers located outside the U.S. Read on for our take.

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How to Prepare for eDiscovery’s AI-Driven Future

When evaluating eDiscovery technologies to make sure that they yield return on investment, it’s important to be somewhat flexible. Think about the way children play with Legos: All of these little components that they put together make something unique each time, and they don't have to go buy something new every time they want to make something different. Technology is similar to that.

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