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Craig Ball Publishes Processing Primer

Posted on November 11, 2019

Craig Ball, attorney, forensic expert, trial attorney and special master, has focused his award winning writing skills on an often overlooked, extremely important step in the EDRM:  processing. The inner workings of files, attachments, containers, duplicates, de-NISTing, hashing, families, children, parents, threading and other foundational processes are explained and diagrammed. Advanced practitioners will welcome the Continue Reading »

News from ACEDS, EDRM and the Merlin Legal Open Source Foundation

Posted on October 31, 2019

Originally published on the eDisclosure Information Project website. This blog falls silent when I go to foreign conferences – packing, panel preparation, travelling and the event itself push aside other things, and the post-event catch-up is inevitably tiresome. Some announcements are worth capturing now that I have settled back in. ACEDS Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad, as Continue Reading »

The EDRM Has a New Home: With Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad

Posted on October 18, 2019

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 Mack and Kaylee Walstad acquire the EDRM from Duke Law

Posted on October 17, 2019

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 Continue Reading »

Exterro and EDRM Release the 5th Annual Federal Judges Survey

Posted on February 12, 2019

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 »