In the context of a large corporate enterprise, data is the lifeblood of the company. It is arguably the most precious resource owned by an organization. Often, how it is leveraged and understood can be the difference between success and failure. We are in an … Continue readingDon’t Roll the Dice with your Contracts and Transactional Documents
Let’s Talk By Howard Reissner, Esq., CEO @ Planet Data It’s late 2017 and it is clear that the eDiscovery environment is not getting any easier anytime soon, if ever. The volumes of data continue to expand rapidly and are becoming more complex. New methodologies … Continue readingEfficiency in the Discovery Process: Request or requirement?
by Howard J. Reissner, Esq. | On October 4, 2017 I had the pleasure of moderating a panel discussion featuring leading Privacy, Data Protection and Security legal experts at the George Washington University School of Law. In my role as Chair of the GW Law … Continue readingGetting Started in Privacy panel at GW Law – Recap
by Howard J. Reissner CEO, Planet Data The State Capital Legal group held its 2017 annual conference in Denver on September 7-9. The group consists of midsize firms from all of the United States (usually located in the state capital) and 45 foreign countries. … Continue readingState Capital Group 2017 Annual Meeting, Denver
By Howard J. Reissner, Esq. Yes, we are now starting with much greater quantities of raw data that is subject to discovery. No, that does not mean that more documents need to be reviewed by attorneys. What has been the common thread in eDiscovery over … Continue readingStarting With More Data Shouldn’t Lead to Reviewing More Data
Q&A with GWLAA Board of Directors, Barry Nigro and Howard Reissner Q: What is the Specialized Curriculum committee and why was it started? HR: We formed this new committee after several discussions with friend and colleague Barry Nigro, Esq. about how to provide law … Continue readingGeorge Washington Law Alumni Association (GWLAA) Presented Inaugural Specialized Curriculum Event at Holland & Knight’s Washington, DC Office
Practical implications of the recent revisions to the FRCP Rules 26(b)(1) (incorporating proportionality) and 37(e) (failure to preserve) by Howard Reissner, Esq. I’ve had many conversations on the newly enacted rule revisions with several defense attorneys, a leading plaintiff’s attorney and a Federal Judge. Each … Continue readingA CEO, a Judge and a Few Attorneys Chat About the FRCP Revisions…..
Leveraging Pre-Review Analytics to Pinpoint Documents is a Good Start by Michael Wade, CTO – Planet Data In today’s environment the demand to get more done, in less time and for less money while striving to achieve higher quality is one that we all frequently … Continue readingA Better Document Review Begins With Better Data
by David S. Cochran It’s a pretty basic proposition. Reduce data sizes earlier in a matter and you will save money. It’s that simple. But, as the recent presidential debates make clear, there is always nuance to every message. Cost avoidance, by implementing a data … Continue readingPre-Review or Pay More
Written by Howard Reissner, CEO at Planet Data Not many years ago there were basic expectations of personal privacy in the United States. Of course we had the 4th Amendment to the Constitution since 1787, which prohibits unreasonable search and seizure by the government relating … Continue readingMobile devices are not just for saying hello anymore…