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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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eDiscovery Articles
  • DocuLex Introduces First of its Kind EDD Solution in DC Detective
    Provided by DocuLex, Inc.
    DocuLex, Inc, has released a highly innovative and powerful addition to the new version of their Discovery Cracker software. Called DC Detective, this unique technology will not be found in any other electronic discovery solution on the market today.

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  • CaseCentral Redefines Control in eDiscovery
    Provided by CaseCentral
    CaseCentral, the leader in on-demand discovery lifecycle management solutions for corporations and major law firms, today announced that it has brought control and protection to a new level in the eDiscovery world.

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  • SearchInform announces new SourceSafe Connector
    Provided by SearchInform Technologies
    Starting with the current version, SearchInform offers a connector for conducting full text search in the SourceSafe source code storage system. This system is designed not only for storing source codes, but also for simplifying the programmers' work with them by making it more organized.

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  • SearchInform enhances its data indexing algorithm
    Provided by SearchInform Technologies
    SearchInform Technologies Inc. announces a new version of SearchInform, a corporate system of full text search and search for documents with similar content in large data volumes, featuring an enhanced data indexing algorithm.

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  • RenewData Broadens eDiscovery Offerings with Enhanced Collections and Processing Capabilities
    Provided by Renew Data Corp.
    RenewData, a leader in e-discovery services for law firms and corporations, announced today the addition of several new electronic evidence service capabilities, including performing on-site collections using the StoredIQ appliance, foreign language culling capabilities, and de-duplication, culling and output of Lotus Notes and Domino native NSF files.

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  • Symantec Worldwide Study Indicates Data Centers Face Severe and Growing Challenges
    Provided by Symantec
    Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today announced the findings of a study indicating IT professionals worldwide struggle with the increasing complexity of data center management while at the same time facing severe budget and personnel constraints.

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  • Sun Microsystems to Deliver Remote Office Backup Appliance
    Provided by Sun Microsystems
    Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW) today announced a new remote office back-up solution designed to deliver around-the-clock data protection in remote office and data center locations.

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  • eDiscovery and the EU: European Data Privacy Regulations Every Litigator Should Know
    Provided by Kevin Fayle of FindLaw
    With the ever-increasing expansion of multinational corporations and globalized business transactions, it is exceedingly likely that attorneys will eventually have to conduct cross-border e-discovery investigations at some point in their careers. E-discovery can already be incredibly complex in a single-country context, and adding new countries, with different rules pertaining to electronically stored information, only intensifies that complexity.

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  • FRCP 37(f): What the Heck is Good Faith?
    Provided by ZANTAZ
    One of the more significant recent amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure creates a new "Safe Harbor" provision which, generally speaking, will preclude a court from imposing sanctions against a party for the destruction of electronically stored information if such destruction occurred pursuant to the "routine" operation of an electronic storage system. This operation must occur in good faith - but what exactly does that mean?

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  • Xerox Text Mining Software Goes Beyond "Keywords" To Deliver More Relevant Information
    Provided by Xerox
    Researchers at Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) today unveiled FactSpotter, new document search software that goes beyond conventional "keyword" search, enabling it, in effect, to spot the one or two golden nuggets among the pebbles on the shore. Xerox plans to launch FactSpotter next year as part of its Xerox Litigation Services offerings, which include electronic discovery (e-discovery) services that primarily support legal and regulatory compliance.

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