6 August 2012 - There are many barometers for value: the Kelly Blue Book for cars, the discounted cash flow method for stocks, and the currency exchange for money. For data however, conducting a valuation can be much more complex and there is no one method. For example, a single smoking gun email in litigation could be incriminatory or exculpatory in “bet the company” litigation. Organizations, particularly in retrospect, would value this email as priceless. However, in periods…
Posts Tagged ‘Clearwell Systems’
While the eDiscovery world seems glued to the comings and goings of the Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe predictive coding case, over in Merry Olde Illinois there has been another case, Kleen Products v. Packaging Corporation of America, which could potentially change the way parties are expected to handle eDiscovery in the future.
For a nice review of the facts and circumstances, check out the post from Matthew Nelson of Clearwell Systems (click here).
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- 2011 eDiscovery Training – Vendor Provided Education Materials - http://tinyurl.com/4jjtrbb (e-Discovery Team)
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- BlueStar Case Solutions Develops EDD Toolkit - http://tinyurl.com/4luxr33 (Press
Here’s an interesting post from Charles Skamser on linear review. He approaches it not as a lawyer (heaven forbid) but based on his background in enterprise class applications development methodology and technology, having lived through the paradigm shift when that industry shifted from legacy waterfall methodology (i.e. linear) to rapid applications development (RAD) and now agile development methodology. We are told he also lived through the Jurassic period.
For his post click here.