Wiki Category Guidelines for E-Discovery Processing

(A Project of the EDRM Processing Guidelines Task Force)

EDRM Processing Glossary

Term Definition ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) is a plain text character encoding standard where seven- or eight-bit integers correspond to 128 or 256 characters and codes for electronic storage and communication. The eight-bit pairings are often…

Conclusion

Although sometimes invisible to the user, the processing stage of e-discovery  involves a complicated number of steps as data moves from preservation and collection to analysis and review. Processing software can make the workflow easier to master and automate most…

5.0 Reporting

Reporting is a critical part of e-discovery processing. From the beginning, the software should track the files received from collection and the actions taken on those files. An initial container file, for example, should be linked to the identity of…

4.0 Processing Output

The goal of e-discovery processing is to convert selected files, images, text and metadata into a format appropriate for loading into litigation support software by delivering one or more load files, along with the associated native, image and text files…

0.0 Introduction

Download the complete paper: EDRM Guidelines for E-Discovery Processing v3CC4 E-discovery[1] involves the exchange, analysis and review of electronic files, email and other information stored on a computing device.[2] Over the past two decades, it has become a common part…

EDRM Processing Guidelines Task Force

Editors and Drafting Team Leaders John Tredennick Merlin Search Technologies, Inc. JT@Merlin.Tech Craig Ball University of Texas School of LawTulane University School of Lawcraig@ball.net   Assistant Editor Tammy Dahl, ACP, CEDS Mesch Clark Rothschild tdahl@mcrazlaw.com   Drafting Team Christopher Cella…