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Relativity: How to create a saved search

Let’s be honest – Relativity can be a bear sometimes.  User friendly?  Not so much.  Useful to manage large amounts of data?  Absolutely.

One of the things I have learned about Relativity that is helpful is how to create saved searches.  219 more words

Milton Hooper

Tech Fixes In The Courtroom

One of my biggest fears is having something to go wrong in the courtroom.  I have learned that it doesn’t matter how much you practice in the office or conference that something is bound to go wrong when you set up in the courtroom.  674 more words

Milton Hooper

New Jersey State Court Rules on eDiscovery

As the provisions governing the discovery of Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”) in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (“FRCP”) have been amended, many states have also amended their court rules and rules of civil procedure to address eDiscovery.  1,062 more words

James Cortopassi

New Jersey State Court Rules on eDiscovery

As the provisions governing the discovery of Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”) in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (“FRCP”) have been amended, many states have also amended their court rules and rules of civil procedure to address eDiscovery.  1,062 more words

Data Recovery

Reminders that there are rivals to London's courts

By “London” in my title, I mean “the courts of England and Wales”. Probably, in fact, I mean “disputes business”. This is not one of those “we’re all doomed” articles, just some pointers to the possibility that other jurisdictions may offer more attractive venues both in terms of procedure and facilities. 807 more words

EDiscovery

Interview: Charlie Kaupp of H5 talks about the extensibility of Relativity

One of the attractions of Relativity for its partners and customers is the ability to customise it and to add functionality to meet client needs. 166 more words

Litigation Support