Key Takeaways from Exterro and EDRM With responses from more federal judges than ever before, our 5th Annual Federal Judges Survey makes it clear that while judges are prepared to manage discovery when needed, counsel must be prepared, informed, and able to work collaboratively to achieve the best results. Download EDRM/Exterro report analyzing the survey results Continue Reading »
Guidelines aim to define and demystify technology-assisted review and to encourage widespread adoption of TAR processes EDRM has released a comprehensive set of guidelines that aim to objectively define and explain technology-assisted review for members of the judiciary and the legal profession. The goal, editors say, is to provide a wide audience with an authoritative Continue Reading »
John Rabiej is the deputy director of the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law and oversees operation of EDRM, a professional organization that develops practical resources to advance e-discovery and information governance. Rabiej previously served as the director of the Duke Center for Judicial Studies for five years, the executive director and judicial outreach director at Continue Reading »
EDRM at Duke Law School has created an advisory council composed of EDRM members, lawyers, judges, in-house counsel, and other industry professionals to help guide the organization’s ongoing projects and planning. Members are: Robert Keeling, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP (chair) Judge Xavier Rodriguez, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas Judge Iain Johnston, Continue Reading »
George Socha and Saaya Shah discuss controlling and understanding data in their article in the latest issue of Judicature. Read the full article here.
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