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Harbinger eDiscovery Free 30 Day Trial Offer

We are celebrating our first full year of business at Harbinger eDiscovery with an excellent offer for those firms utilizing eDiscovery or trying to decide if eDiscovery technology will assist their firm. Until the end of 2017, we are offering to process and host up to 100 gigs of data for no initial charge. You will […]

New Report Forecasts eDiscovery Market Will Become a $19.8 Billion Industry By 2023

The eDiscovery market size is growing at a record pace worldwide, with double-digit growth numbers being forecast by industry experts. According to a recent report by P&S Market Research, eDiscovery will be a $19 billion industry by 2023. The report forecasts high market demand for eDiscovery, which will continue to grow in both scale and […]

Harbinger Appoints Legal Industry Veteran Garry Rampley as Director of Business Development

PLANO, TX – October 19, 2017 – Harbinger, a Protegga company, and creator of a web-based eDiscovery tool with robust capabilities to review all types of Electronically Stored Information (ESI), today announced the expansion of its leadership team to include legal industry veteran, Garry Rampley. Rampley brings extensive industry knowledge, leadership, business development and customer […]

Judge Scheindlin’s Ruling on Metadata Production

Southern District of New York Judge Shira Scheindlin has issued a sensible, succinct decision on the production of electronically stored information, and more importantly the metadata fields which should be produced. Additionally, she concludes that this issue could have been avoided, had the parties had the good sense to “meet and confer.” The metadata fields […]

e-Discovery Gamers

E-Discovery Gamers: Join Me In Stopping Them The above is an interesting blog by Ralph Losey. Is Civil Litigation and e-Discovery just a game? Does the truth matter and who is responsible for seeking the truth? Computer Forensics The process of a digital forensic investigation demands the truth. Not the shaded truth. Not the truth that is […]

Clawback Enforcement

As shown in the e-Discovery Team Blog on Clawback Enforcement, the wrong vendor selection can potentially cost you much more than the price per GB. Qualifications must be the first criteria followed by ethics, infrastructure, and finally price. Get the first three right and price should follow. Traditional e-Discovery firms were born from the days […]


Introduction Metadata has been with us since the beginning. It is not magical; nor is it limited to Microsoft Office products. Here we describe and define the term, “metadata” in order to provide a more clear understanding of what it is and how it may be utilized in litigation. The intended audience for this paper […]

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Introduction The December 2006 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure made a few changes to the process of e-discovery. A clear understanding of what the new rules entail and how they are applied is essential in litigation. The intended audience is anyone involved, or that may be involved, in requesting or responding to […]

What is e-discovery?

Introduction e-Discovery is the identification, collection, review, and production of information stored in electronic format, “ESI” or “Electronically Stored Information”, (e.g. emails and their attachments, text messages, spreadsheets, presentations, memos, reports, and computer-generated information, such as link files, registry entries, log files, configuration data, and metadata). See Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) graphic below. e-Discovery […]

What is a TIFF image?

Tagged Image File Format (abbreviated TIFF) is a file format for storing images. The TIFF format is the standard in document imaging and document management systems using CCITT Group IV 2D compression. In high-volume storage scanning, documents are typically scanned in black-and-white to conserve storage capacity utilizing about 50 kB of storage at 300 ppi.

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