Electronic Information Management (EIM)

Technology Assisted Review (TAR) / Predictive Coding — New Decision

Thanks to Hon. (Ret.)  Andrew J. Peck, now Senior Counsel at DLA Piper, I just learned of a hot-off-the-presses (yesterday) Technology Assisted Review decision by the Utah federal district court.

For a quote from, and link to, the Entrata decision, check out the recent

In this colorful 6-minute Records Retention video, I provide an overview of how a well-organized Electronic Information Management (“EIM”) environment can help a company of any shape or size:

  • improve efficiency;
  • save money on storage;
  • reduce risk; and
  • prepare for litigation and eDiscovery.

Fenwick & West’s  EIM Practice Group, which I lead, is

 Heartbleed — The “Data Map” Lesson — Intro

The Heartbleed vulnerability is, by now, an item about which we have all assuredly heard a lot.   To get caught up on your reading on the technology aspects of this issue, see the linked articles I have compiled in the “To Learn More” section at the end

Amended Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 45 to take effect

When we all return to work from Thanksgivukkah weekend, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure (FRCP) 45, governing non-party subpoenas, will have changed, effective December 1, 2013.  To review the new content, follow one or both of these links:

Just a quick note to remind (?or first-mind?) everyone that this site’s Resources page is an ever-expanding universe.

Some highlights of recent additions and changes include:

  • Brand new eSignatures Bibliography posted on 9/11/13
  • New/replacement Records-Retention slide deck from