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FindLaw's Legal Technology Center's eDiscovery collection includes free articles on one of the biggest topics in legal technology. In 2005, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) were amended to integrate electronic discovery into the litigation process. Understanding these complex rules may be crucial to the success of your legal matter.

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  • Women in eDiscovery Celebrates 4-Year Anniversary and Launches New Website with Advanced Features for Members
    Provided by Women in eDiscovery
    Women in eDiscovery, a non-profit organization that brings together women interested in technology related to the legal industry, marks its four-year anniversary today. Women in eDiscovery provides women the opportunity to help each other grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition. In 2007, the organization held its first meeting in Washington, D.C., with 30 women in attendance. In a short period of time, the organization has achieved global reach with more than 5,400 members.

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  • Maximize the Effectiveness of Your Computer Forensic Expert and Electronic Data Evidence
    Provided by Alan S. Miller and Michael McCort of Cyber Specialists, LLC
    Because electronically stored information has a dynamic nature, and the routine operation of computer and/or other electronic media systems constantly modifies or deletes that information, it is critical to address preservation issues early in cases involving any electronic evidence.

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  • Web Site Offers Access to Information About Foreign Agents In The US
    Provided by Eric Sinrod of FindLaw
    The National Security Division of the Department of Justice recently announced the launch and availability of the next generation of the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA) Web site. The enhanced Web site is claimed to greatly improve access to public information about foreign agents and their activities within the United States.

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  • Research Shows How Compliance Controls Can Minimize Data Loss
    Provided by Symantec
    The IT Policy Compliance Group today announced the availability of its latest benchmark research report titled "Why Compliance Pays: Reputations and Revenues at Risk." According to the report, nine in ten firms are exposed to financial risk from data loss and theft. These risks, which can cost organizations customers, reduced revenues and even a decline in share price, could be significantly reduced by implementing core procedural and technical controls and monitoring those controls at least once every two weeks.

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  • ISYS Search Software Top-Ranked Among eDiscovery Software Providers in Fifth Annual Socha-Gelbmann Survey
    Provided by ISYS Search Software
    ISYS(R) Search Software (http://www.isys-search.com), a global supplier of enterprise search solutions for business and government, today announced it was named a top-ranked electronic discovery software provider in the fifth annual Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey. ISYS was also named a top-five software provider in the report's collection category.

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  • RenewData Enhances Data Migration Services with Offline Tape eDiscovery from Index Engines
    Provided by Renew Data Corp.
    RenewData, a leading provider of electronic evidence and data migrations services for corporations and law firms, and Index Engines, the leader in enterprise discovery solutions, today announced that RenewData has added the Index Engines Offline Tape Discovery technology to its suite of Data Migration Services. Offline Tape Discovery enables direct searching of documents stored on tape. When combined with RenewData's legal expertise and processes, corporations can reduce the time and expense of analyzing their inventory of backup tapes to determine which tapes must be kept to address legal or regulatory requirements.

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  • A new version of SearchInform Internet Server released
    Provided by SearchInform Technologies
    SearchInform Technologies releases a new version of SearchInform Internet Server - its Internet search product, featuring an enhanced technology of search through a given website, as well as through a large list of resources.

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  • iCONECT and ALCoder Provide Efficient Coding and Review
    Provided by
    iCONECT's compatibility with ALCoder enables clients to maximize their efficiency by leveraging the strengths of both products. Users can streamline their coding with ALCoder auto-coding software (from Rosen Technology Resources, Inc.) and then seamlessly load that data into iCONECT (from iCONECT Development, LLC) where it can be searched, organized, and reviewed.

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  • Index Engines Addresses eDiscovery Challenges Posed by FRCP
    Provided by Index Engines
    Studies from leading industry analysts at Enterprise Strategy Group reveal that traditional discovery processes involving corporate counsel and external attorneys are becoming increasingly complicated as attorneys need to rely on IT departments to search desktops, servers, backup tapes, e-mail applications and other data center systems.

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  • Conducting Speedy Investigations That Involve Email
    Provided by InBoxer, Inc.
    Timely detection, "rapid and current" disclosure, "conduct a reasonable investigation to promptly determine ...", "the most expedient time possible and without unreasonable delay", and "immediate and appropriate corrective action." These are just a few of the phrases used by legislation, regulation, and the U.S. Supreme Court to describe the time-sensitive requirements for effectively investigating a complaint, responding to a discovery request, governance, or preparing a compliance report.

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