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DATA DISCOVERY GOVERNANCE MODEL EXPLAINED

Mary Mack, ACEDS

January 17th, 2017

Last week, we linked to the Legal Technology Professionals Institute’s Data Discovery Governance Model (LTPI DDGM).  This week we dive a little deeper with an interview with the drivers.

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LTPI Releases 'Practical' Resources on Data Governance and Meet-and-Confers

The Discovery Data Governance Model and meet-and-confer checklist aim to “level the playing field” between technology-proficient lawyers and others.

Zach Warren, Legaltech News

January 10th, 2017

The Discovery Data Governance Model and meet-and-confer checklist aim to “level the playing field” between technology-proficient lawyers and others.

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LTPI Offers ESI Stipulation Guidance with Release of New Resources

LTPI hopes to make this crucial step in the process more obvious for those who may lack real-world experience.

Chris DiMarco, Legaltech News
November 11, 2015

For the uninitiated, the cross section of law and technology presents a steep learning curve, with vernacular, practices and concepts that can be difficult to get a handle on. Fortunately, many resources exist to catalyze the learning process and overcome the knowledge gaps often in play. Created earlier this year with the goal of making legal technology more accessible to practitioners, the Legal Technology Professionals Institute (LTPI) has previously released a glossary of terms associated with the e-discovery process. LTPI is now following up that effort with new guidance on the topic of electronically stored information.

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LTPI Releases Electronic Production Glossary

New resource hopes to level the playing field for those uninitiated with e-discovery.

Chris DiMarco, Legaltech News
October 14, 2015

The baseline for understanding complex topics often comes by way of an agreed upon vocabulary; zoological taxonomies, for example, have allowed biologists a framework for categorizing and drawing connections between earth’s innumerous species.

For electronic production, which demands a vocabulary marred by both highly technical verbiage and invented marketing jargon, lack of a common vernacular can hinder understanding for those unfamiliar with the idiosyncrasies of the process. The Legal Technology Professionals Institute (LTPI) hopes to change that with the release of a new glossary designed to demystify and universalize the terms associated with electronic discovery and production. The glossary will be released on Oct. 13.

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New Legal Technology Group Takes Theory to Practice

A non-profit trade association created by and for legal tech professionals wants the rubber to meet the road.

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