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Interview: Susanna Blancke on foreign language discovery

Susanna Blancke is Associate Director, Litigation and Client Services at NightOwl Discovery. At Relativity Fest in London I talked to her about different types of eDiscovery projects and, in particular, about multilingual eDiscovery.
There is, Susanna Blancke said, no such thing as a standard eDiscovery project. Investigations and litigation (one of which may lead to the other) vary in a number of ways. One of those is whether or not they include documents of various languages.

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Interview: Michael Conner on the relationship between client and eDiscovery provider

Michael Conner is Director of Global Business Development at NightOwl Discovery. I interviewed him at Legaltech in New York and asked him to explain what actually happens when NightOwl wins a new client.
NightOwl Discovery’s main clients are corporations. The usual form of agreement is a multi-year outsourcing arrangement under which NightOwl Discovery has the opportunity to become familiar with the client’s processes and requirements, and brings its own skills and processes to bear on addressing the many business problems posed by the management of data.

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Interview: Scott Sterkel on how corporate legal departments procure discovery services

At Legaltech in New York, I interviewed Scott Sterkel, Director of Sales at NightOwl Discovery. I asked him if he was seeing differences in how corporate legal departments procure services.
Scott Sterkel said that there are now more people involved in the procurement process. It is a more structured process, often involving RFP’s, and generally takes longer than used to be the case.

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Interview: Adam Rubinger on improving the client experience

At Legaltech in New York, I interviewed Adam Rubinger, whose role at NightOwl Discovery is Chief Client Officer. What, I asked, does that role cover?
Adam Rubinger said that that his role is to ensure that clients have the best possible experience in their dealings with NightOwl by creating a strategy to deliver a level of service they are used to and demand. His job is to create a culture which tends towards client excellence.

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Paralegal’s Guide to Obtaining Evidence from Electronic Devices

Do you have the knowledge you need to find and gather any and all crucial evidence from electronic devices? This insightful course will provide a fresh look at effective ways to collect online and other digital data. Gain a solid foundation for collecting, requesting and subpoenaing evidence. Don't miss this opportunity to take away practical how-to's and tactics - register today!
• Review the rules and resources every paralegal should know concerning electronic evidence.
• Explore the in's and out's of discovery requests and responses.
• Learn tips for collecting important content from social media accounts.
• Take a closer look at ways to obtain computer, email, internet and smartphone evidence.
• Discuss how to structure a subpoena for phone companies and social media companies to get critical records.

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How TAR works & why it matters for legal professionals

Technology-assisted review (TAR), an algorithm-based method of classifying documents based on coding input from case subject matter experts (SME), is a powerful tool that can save time and significantly cut costs by reducing the amount of human review needed to locate relevant documents in a data set.

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Adi Elliott joins NightOwl Discovery

Wayzata, August 28, 2018 - NightOwl Discovery, a global leader in Discovery Management, announces today the addition of Adi Elliott to its growing executive management team. Elliott will serve as Chief Talent and Marketing Officer, where he will lead human capital management, talent development, and both internal and external strategic marketing.
"We are excited to have Adi, an experienced and widely respected industry expert, join our executive management team," said Andrea Wallack, NightOwl Discovery CEO. "He has a deep understanding of the global discovery landscape...

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