eDiscovery Daily Blog

In addition to its software and professional services, CloudNine also provides extensive education to eDiscovery practitioners as highlighted by its publication of the eDiscovery Daily Blog. The eDiscovery Daily is the go-to resource for thousands of eDiscovery and eDisclosure professionals seeking to keep up with the latest news and case law in the world of digital discovery.
Release Preview LAW 7.6
Release Preview LAW 7.6 730 433 Salana Yarger

As data volumes grow, fortunately so has computer processing power.  CloudNine LAW and Explore 7.6 will take advantage of this power boost to amplify your speed to review and production. 

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CloudNine Announces Acquisition of ESI Analyst
CloudNine Announces Acquisition of ESI Analyst 150 150 CloudNine Digital

eDiscovery industry standard for processing traditional data types acquires leader of emerging standard for modern data discovery to integrate platforms and enhance customer value.

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Answer the Unknown Challenges of eDiscovery Review
Answer the Unknown Challenges of eDiscovery Review 973 548 Salana Yarger

When it comes to document review in electronic discovery, choosing a solution can be a daunting task. To make an informed decision, you need to know the three biggest challenges and how to overcome them when looking for a document review platform.

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Convenience and Catastrophes of Self-Collection
Convenience and Catastrophes of Self-Collection 500 347 Salana Yarger

Navigating through discovery to find affordable and time-saving efficiencies is now more important than ever. As the number of employees working remotely has dramatically increased during the COVID-19 Pandemic, attorneys are looking to alternative solutions for data collection amid challenges of reduced budgets and limited access to workplace assets and staff.

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10 Years of eDiscovery Daily – Thank You For Your Support
10 Years of eDiscovery Daily – Thank You For Your Support 976 664 CloudNine Digital

Thinking today about the scores of eDiscovery professionals we’ve had the privilege of connecting with daily to share insights on industry news, analysis and educational tips.  The very first eDiscovery Daily Blog published on September 20, 2010 and in these past 10-years, we’ve seen our industry encounter and overcome many challenges.

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Did the Plaintiff Send a Letter to Confer with Defendants? It’s Anybody’s “Guess”: eDiscovery Case Law
Did the Plaintiff Send a Letter to Confer with Defendants? It’s Anybody’s “Guess”: eDiscovery Case Law 479 270 Doug Austin

In Simpson v. J.L. Guess et al., Florida District Judge Brian A. Davis ruled on several motions from both the plaintiff and defendants, including denying the defendants’ motion for sanctions over whether the plaintiff sent a letter to confer with defense counsel about the motion to compel.

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No Fooling! It’s Time for the 2020 Internet Minute Infographic!: eDiscovery Trends
No Fooling! It’s Time for the 2020 Internet Minute Infographic!: eDiscovery Trends 486 542 Doug Austin

This is not an April Fool’s Joke! With all of the craziness of the past few weeks, it slipped up on me, but here is the 2020 Internet Minute infographic!

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Parties Are Battling Over Whether COVID-19 Should Delay CCPA Enforcement: Data Privacy Trends
Parties Are Battling Over Whether COVID-19 Should Delay CCPA Enforcement: Data Privacy Trends 291 326 Doug Austin

With so many other initiatives being delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic, it was only a matter of time before compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was one of those being considered. However, despite several organizations pushing for enforcement of CCPA to be pushed back six months to January 1 of next year, other organizations are resisting any delay by the state.

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Return of the eDiscovery Daily Thought Leader Interviews!: eDiscovery Trends
Return of the eDiscovery Daily Thought Leader Interviews!: eDiscovery Trends 373 393 Doug Austin

Let’s face it, we need something to take our mind off the COVID-19 pandemic more than ever. So, with that in mind, the appearance of the dancing light bulb can only mean one thing – it’s time for another thought leader series!

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Despite Estimate of 37 Years to Crack iPhone, Government Doesn’t Have to Return it – Yet: eDiscovery Case Law
Despite Estimate of 37 Years to Crack iPhone, Government Doesn’t Have to Return it – Yet: eDiscovery Case Law 479 270 Doug Austin

In U.S. v. Morgan, New York District Judge Elizabeth A. Wolford denied the defendant’s Motion for Return of Property Under Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 41(g), ruling that “[t]he government’s evidentiary interest in the [defendant’s] iPhone outweighs Defendant’s interest in its return, at least at this stage of the proceedings”.

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