e-Lessons Learned is a great blog for following case law updates in the e-discovery world. As they point out below, anyone getting started in understanding why we do what we in e-discovery should learn about the Zubulake case.
Welcome to our signature feature, e-Discovery Origins: Zubulake, designed to give readers a primer on the e-discovery movement through blog posts about Zubulake, the series of court opinions that helped form the foundation for e-discovery. e-Discovery Origins: Zubulake takes each Zubulake decision and distills its key elements into what has become our trademark – simple, witty, easy to understand e-Lessons.
e-Discovery Origins: Zubulake also takes a behind-the-scenes look at those who have most influenced the e-discovery movement and offers insight into their contributions. As one leading e-discovery guru put it, “if you are a novice to e-discovery case law this is a must read.”
via e-Discovery Origins: Zubulake | e-Lessons Learned.
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Analysis of your ESI Management & Workflow throughout the lifecycle of the matter is extremely important. Review this section of the EDRM to understand how to manage your ESI process in a defensible manner.
Aim: To develop, facilitate, test and validate processes for handling e-discovery efforts.
Goal: Assess and understand ESI throughout the life of the case for the purpose of making educated decisions and developing a defensible, strategic plan.
via Analysis Guide « The Electronic Discovery Reference Model.
EDRM Document Review Workflow Chart
Aim: To gain an understanding of document content while organizing them into logical sub-sets in an efficient and cost effective manner.
Goal: Develop facts, reduce risk, reduce cost, leverage technology, facilitate collaboration and communication.
via Review Guide « The Electronic Discovery Reference Model.
This is a pretty in-depth overview of what you need to know to successfully plan and manage a document review.
Key Learning Points include:
- Review Technology, Process & Workflow
- Review Team Management
- Vendor / Service Provider Selection
- Reporting and Metrics
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Identification Workflow Chart
Aim: To identify subject matter experts, resources involved, potential sources of data; to determine the depth and breadth of potential liability; to aggregate information sources for developing course of action.
Goal: Evaluate, leverage and mitigate.
via Identification Guide « The Electronic Discovery Reference Model.
This presentation was created by a service provider but has valuable educational content for someone seeking to understand major concepts in e-discovery workflow and process.