The former ACEDS leaders have purchased the organization that pioneered the E-Discovery Reference Model, with an eye towards providing projects and education for the technical side of e-discovery.
Mary/Kaylee 2.0 plans announced Minneapolis, MN – October 18, 2019 – Mary Mack (CISSP, CEDS, CIAM) and Kaylee Walstad (CEDS, CIMP), the former executive director and former vice president of client engagement, respectively, of The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) today announced that they have acquired the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) from the Bolch […]
Executive Summary In eDiscovery, we maintain many bad habits from the pre-digital age. However, we have lost sight of one great habit: a preliminary walk- through of boxes containing material potentially relevant for disclosure. This ritual gave the discovery team a chance to get the lay of the land. The team could get a general […]
I. Executive Overview / Introduction We live in an increasingly digital world where technology changes quickly and the only recognized absolute is there will be more data to manage tomorrow. The unprecedented growth of content, combined with complex regulatory and legal obligations and ever-increasing pressure from the business to do more with less, has left […]
Information Governance Strategy and Practice in Action EDRM Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM)CGOC (Compliance, Governance and Oversight Council) “It would be helpful if systems were in place to get rid of the junk. Part of the reason e-discovery is so expensive is because companies have so much data that serves no business need … Companies […]
An EDRM White Paper – part of the EDRM White Paper Series By Jeremy Pickens, Senior Applied Research Scientist, Catalyst Repository Systems | February 1, 2013 Why Predictive Ranking? Most articles about technology assisted review (TAR) start with dire warnings about the explosion in electronic data. In most legal matters, however, the reality is that the quantity of data is big, […]
By Dr. David Grossman, Ph.D. | Relativity White Paper | February 2013 Introduction In this white paper, we briefly describe a study conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of the Relativity Assisted Review workflow. We’ll outline the core goals of the study, provide some background on it, detail the methodology we used, and finally cover the results. Goal of the […]