Free tools to Help Stressed Paralegals (used by the Library of Congress)!

 Are you under a stressful deadline to get all a legal client’s  emails, .PST files, and PDF’s and office documents ready for a production ? There is good news, eDiscoverySquad and the Library of Congress has some free and easy to … Continue reading

eDiscoverySquad, LLC receives second Google Apps Certification

  We are pleased to announce recognition as a Certified Google Apps Deployment Specialist.  This includes a rigorous examination that covers eDiscovery software called “Google Vault” for legal holds, compliance implementations, email, calendar, and contact migrations as well as mobile … Continue reading

eDiscoverySquad, LLC to appear on Panel at University of Washington South Sound Technology Conference

eDiscoverySquad, LLC will be on hand to participate in a panel for the South Sound Technology Conference organized by the University of Washington at Tacoma. The panel starts at 1:15 p.m., and will feature newer/young technology companies that have started … Continue reading

eDiscoverySquad, LLC to co-chair webinar – Monetizing Intellecutal Property Assets to Generate Value

  We will be co-chairing a webinar on how to leverage intellectual property to create value you through corporate or product branding, field sales techniques, and as a defensive measure against patent trolls. Here are the main topics: The value … Continue reading

Official announcement by Google on Vault availability for legal holds

  It’s official now, Google Vault which does eDiscovery for Gmail is now now available to existing business customers.    However, it is not yet available for Government customers. See the announcement from Google here. After enabling Vault on the Google … Continue reading

Google expected to roll out Vault (for Legal Holds) to existing business Gmail users very soon

Google Vault, used for legal holds, has been available for new customers migrating to Google Apps, but not to existing Gmail users.  However this is about to change very soon and is going to have a huge impact on a … Continue reading

Facebook post by Netflix CEO Reed Hastings leads to investigation by the SEC

  In yet another example of potential litigation due to Social Media, CNN Money has reported that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is under investigation from the SEC for making a posting that Netflix customers were viewing more than 1 billion hours … Continue reading

Online Defamation Lawsuits on the rise, $750,000 for online Yelp Posting

Fox News announced today, that a woman was sued $750,000 in an online defamation lawsuit by a contractor for making a negative online posting on Yelp. http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2012/12/05/woman-sued-over-yelp-review/ Lawyers say it is one of a growing number of defamation lawsuits over … Continue reading