• VIDEO
    Charmala Anderson Discusses Key Tips for Paralegals on the Front Lines of eDiscovery

    Charmala Anderson Discusses Key Tips for Paralegals on the Front Lines of eDiscovery

    In this episode of The eDiscovery Trenches, ESI Survival Guide’s Jeff Salling interviews Charmala Anderson, a paralegal with Horwood, Marcus & Berk’s Litigation and State and Local Tax (SALT) Groups. Charmala provides some key tips for how paralegals… More »

  • VIDEO
    U.S. Legal Holds Across Borders: A Legal Conundrum?

    U.S. Legal Holds Across Borders: A Legal Conundrum?

    U.S. legal holds present a conundrum that confronts the bar and bench with increasing frequency. It is the result of a clash between broad U.S. preservation obligations mandated by existing case law and stringent privacy and data protection… More »

  • VIDEO
    The ESI Five with Kyle C. Bisceglie

    The ESI Five with Kyle C. Bisceglie

    In this edition of The ESI Five, we sit down with Kyle C. Bisceglie, partner at Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP and author of the LexisNexis Practice Guide – New York eDiscovery and Evidence. We interview Kyle about his… More »

  • Custodial Self-Collection During Discovery – Defensible Process or Spoliation Guaranteed?

    Custodial Self-Collection During Discovery – Defensible Process or Spoliation Guaranteed?

    In the March 2014 edition of the New York County Lawyer, the Guide’s Matt Knouff interviews Mark Sidoti, Director of Gibbons P.C.’s Products Liability and Business & Commercial Litigation Departments and Chair of the firm’s E-Discovery Task Force,… More »

  • VIDEO
    The Fantastic World of OCR!

    The Fantastic World of OCR!

    In this edition of Brass Techs, we are going to explore the wonderous mysteries of OCR. We should probably tell you that by “wonderous mysteries” we just mean that we’re going to give you the basics. However, do… More »

  • VIDEO
    Introducing ESI Survival Guide

    Introducing ESI Survival Guide

    ESI Survival Guide is an online resource to help legal professionals survive in the electronic wilderness. The intersection between law and technology seemingly creates the perfect professional odd-couple – technologists are not necessarily known for their legal expertise,… More »