By Gerard Thompson Law firms have had to do some serious evolving when it comes to eDisclosure. The reason for this is driven by necessity. For, although the use..
eDisclosure (sometimes known as eDiscovery) is a complex process. With automated tools available some opt to manage these in-house but, unless highly skilled and experienced personnel are involved in..
SRM is hosting a free eDisclosure webinar on Wednesday 18th April at 3pm. We find ourselves in an ever changing eDisclosure landscape. Join us for our upcoming webinar during..
(left to right: Mark Nordstrom (SRM), Jane Gibson, James Hopper (SRM), Toby Gibson, Tom Fairfax (SRM), Alan Batey (SRM) (Press release 11/01/18) Leading North East litigation practice Gibson &..
The global eDisclosure market is forecast to rise from $6,000 million in 2016 to $13,000 million by 2023. Law firms across the world are therefore increasingly looking to develop..
by Alan Batey Information Security Consultant and Forensic Investigator In today’s world, evidence in legal cases is sourced from the vast quantities of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) that exists..
For many years the terms eDiscovery and eDisclosure have been used interchangeably. The general rule was that eDiscovery was a US term while eDisclosure was more commonly used in..