White Paper Series

As part of our educational content program, EDRM publishes an extensive series of white papers to help eDiscovery practitioners improve their overall acumen. Whether researched, written and published by EDRM experts or 3rd party subject matter experts, EDRM’s white papers cover a wide variety of topics eDiscovery practitioners need to know.

  • White papers about electronic discovery and information management
  • Prepared by leaders in the field
  • Evaluated by EDRM participants prior to publication
  • Published on the EDRM site on a non-exclusive basis, in keeping with the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License

Unless otherwise noted, all opinions expressed in the EDRM White Paper Series materials are those of the authors, of course, and not of EDRM, EDRM participants, the author’s employers, or anyone else.

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The EDRM White Paper Series

Date Title
January 2016 Early Case Assessment: Evolving from Tactical to Practical
March 2015 IGRM IT Viewpoint
April 2014 Disposing of Digital Debris
June 2013 Control Sets: Introducing Precision, Recall, and F1 into Relativity Assisted Review
February 2013 Measuring and Validating the Effectiveness of Relativity Assisted Review
February 2013 Predictive Ranking: Technology Assisted Review Designed for the Real World
July 2012 EDRM XML White Paper
June 2012 Workflow for Computer-Assisted Review in Relativity
December 2011 How the IGRM Complements ARMA’s Principles
December 2010 E-Discovery Research Roundtable: Buyers’ Perspectives on Challenges and Solutions
October 2010 Compliance With E-Discovery Demands In U.S. Non-Criminal Law Enforcement Investigations
October 2010 Smarter Evidence and Discovery Management
September 2010 The E-Discovery Maturity Model
July 2010 The Reality of Native Format Production and Redaction
July 2010 Once is Not Enough: The Case for Using an Iterative Approach to Choosing and Applying Selection Criteria in Discovery