The Importance of the First 100 Days – How to Avoid the Most Common Discovery Dispute

Failure to produce. By far, this was the number one discovery dispute last year. According to the 2020 eDiscovery Case Law Year in Review report1 published this year by eDiscovery Assistant2 and eDiscovery Today, 1,382 disputes revolved around this issue.

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Time to Spring Forward – A New Framework for Discovery

The phrase, “there’s nothing new under the sun” is popular because in most cases, it’s true. On March 25-26 of this year, The George Washington University Complex Litigation Center held a Bench-Bar conference introducing a New Framework for proportionality in discovery that defied that maxim.

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Sitting with the C-Suite podcast featuring Mandi Ross

In this episode of LeanDiscovery Sitting with the C-Suite podcast, Mandi Ross and host Clinton Sanko, Baker Donelson, discuss a broad range of topics relevant to modern litigation, specifically proportionality, remote work during the pandemic, and staying up to date on technology.

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UF Law 8th Annual E-Discovery Conference

Thousands of attendees from over 25 countries attended the 8th annual University of Florida – Fredric G. Levin College of Law eDiscovery Conference on March 18th. Be sure to check out the session recordings on the conference’s YouTube channel. Don’t…

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Insight Optix Recognized by The National Law Journal as a 2021 Legal Technology Trailblazer

NLJ highlights companies and products that are changing the legal landscape (Nashville, TN) The National Law Journal announced its list of 2021 Legal Technology Trailblazers, recognizing Insight Optix as a leader in legal technology innovation. Insight Optix is the inventor…

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Here’s a New Industry Initiative to Develop a Proportionality Benefit-Burden Model – Blog Post by Doug Austin

An important industry initiative is under way to develop a proportionality benefit-burden model, which is based on the patented Evidence Optix® framework, developed by Insight Optix. This standardized methodology enables legal practitioners to reduce the scope of discovery using a…

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Georgetown Law’s 2020 Global Advanced eDiscovery Institute “Judge Tank” winner

Evidence Optix®, the patented SaaS-based discovery workflow developed by Insight Optix, has been chosen as a finalist in the Georgetown Law’s 2020 AEDI Judge Tank program for the most innovative ideas in ediscovery. Check out our video submission!

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ACEDS Webinar – Seeing 20/20: Reasonable and Proportional Discovery in 2020

The four ediscovery experts, with over a century of experience between them, provided excellent insight for reducing the cost and burden of ediscovery. Thank you to Mandi Ross of Prism Litigation Technology, Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today, Martin Tully of Actuate Law, and Michael Quarteraro of ACEDS for this thoughtful discussion.

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Relativity Blog: e-Discovery Collection Strategies for the Remote Banner

Relativity Blog: e-Discovery Collection Strategies for the Remote Workforce

Recently, our own Mandi Ross, founder and CEO of Prism Litigation Technology and developer of the actionable proportionality workflow, Evidence Optix®, was featured in a webinar hosted by X1 Technologies.

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Interview with eDiscovery CoCounsel: FRCP Rule 26 Proportionality in Negotiations

Thank you to Chad Roberts of eDiscovery CoCounsel for your informative interview with Mandi Ross, founder and CEO of Prism Litigation Technology regarding how producing parties can leverage proportionality to prepare for a Rule 26 negotiation.

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ACC Docket Article – Making Proportionality Arguments – May 2020

With the evolution of technology, documents have proliferated, moving from the file cabinet to the clouds. When litigation occurs, searching these vast troves of data can be overwhelming.

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Trends in Proportionality – Guest Blog Post by Josh Gilliland

Lawsuits are about people. Who did what when is the crux of every dispute. Living in an age where people can send email, text, and chat from their phones, there can be a lot of places to look for discoverable…

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