Category eDiscovery Vendor Selection

Q&A: HAYSTACKID Managing Director Larry Lieb Discusses the Art of Custodianship – Pt. 2

In the first part of this Q&A, HAYSTACKID Managing Director Larry Lieb discussed general concepts related to the Art of Custodianship, as well as how smartphones and other advanced technologies have transformed relevant procedures. Now, he explains what makes HAYSTACKID’s approach to custodial processes and collections different from others in the field, as well as […]

App-alling Risk: Preparing for Complex Data Discovery

by John Mielitz The explosive growth of data volumes has forced enterprises to re-evaluate their preservation and governance models, but perhaps not as intensely as the expanding diversity of information sources. Not so long ago, personal computers were the biggest source of corporate data, and the number of applications generating, storing, sharing, and managing information […]

Chain of Custody: An Interview with HAYSTACKID CTO Jeff Stevens – Pt. 2

In the first segment of this three-part series, Chief Technology Officer Jefferey Stevens explained some of the chain of custody basics, as well as the way it has evolved over the past two decades. We left off with a brief note on how third parties are beginning to impact chain of custody management in the […]

Chain of Custody: An Interview with HAYSTACKID CTO Jeff Stevens – Pt. 1

The chain of custody has long been a sacred element of litigation. In this age of mass digitization, though, suffice it to say that each stage of the chain – and even the creation of evidence – is a bit different today than in the past. HAYSTACKID Chief Technology Officer Jefferey Stevens has been working […]

HAYSTACKID Project Manager Spotlight: Vinh Huynh – Pt. 2

In the first segment of this two-part Project Manager Spotlight, HAYSTACKID’s Vinh Huynh discussed his past as a student and professional, as well as how he arrived at his current position. Now, he takes us through some of the technological trends he is watching blossom, as well as what it’s like to be a Project […]

HAYSTACKID Project Manager Spotlight: Vinh Huynh – Pt. 1

HAYSTACKID’s success is entirely dependent upon our staff. Thanks to the strong work ethic, creativity, innovation, and teamwork of our employees, we continue to grow rapidly, all the while being the exceptional partner to our clients we strive to be. This week, we take a moment to recognize and spotlight one of our distinguished Project […]

Tackling the discovery dilemma of eCTD – Pt. 2

HAYSTACKID Vice President of eDiscovery & Digital Forensics Discusses FDA Legislation’s Impact On Forensics, and New Tool to Quell Relevant Challenges In the first segment of this two-part series, HAYSTACKID Vice President of eDiscovery & Digital Forensics Michael D. Sarlo explained some of the fundamentals of the FDA’s latest regulatory overhauls regarding eCTD. In this […]

Tangled Tongues and Translated Text: How do I make sure my document review platform and my reviewers speak the same language?

You’re about to receive a production from the opposing side, and they have offices at non-English-speaking locations – or maybe you’re about to try to review the internal correspondence of your company or client’s company.  What can be done about it?  Who do you turn to? The first thing you may ask yourself is whether […]

Corporate trend to boutique and highly specialized law firms; could same trend be true for forensic and eDiscovery service providers?

Harvard Business Review recently reported that corporate preferences might be shifting in the direction of highly specialized boutique-styled law firms. This would essentially be characterized by major enterprises saying “goodbye” to massive law firms that employ hundreds of thousands of attorneys in hundreds of nations and even on the moon. The news provider referred to […]

How high do eDiscovery costs need to be to start asking questions?

Sometimes the Internet just makes it too easy to be outraged, and this is especially true when you are a technology geek working in an emerging market. Sure, novel technology comes with its mis-perceptions, its drawbacks, its mysteries and what have you, but sometimes it is simply impossible to comprehend what people are thinking. In […]