Eleanor Brock is a recent graduate from Stanford University, where she studied social psychology with a focus on childhood cognition, and current law student at the University of Chicago Law School. Her interests include woodworking, mystery novels, eDiscovery, and the Oxford comma.
It's a terrifying thought: you've spent days, weeks, or even months combing through a data set, and you finally get that
It's officially 2019. We haven't mastered FOIA response, or put a woman on Mars. But texting is next-level fun-because everyone and their mom uses emojis. But these little, yellow icons are
Three areas provide fertile ground for such innovation and cost reduction: early case assessment, internal investigations, and third-party subpoenas. Here’s how innovative in-house professionals are tackling these issues.
Since his investigation into Russian election meddling began in 2017, Robert Mueller's team has launched a massive eDiscovery effort:
Since Jimi Hendrix, arguably the greatest guitarist of all time, passed away in 1970, his family and heirs have been embroiled in
How much does discovery cost? That's a tricky question-and the honest answer is, it depends.
The Ohio Supreme Court won't stand for ignoring discovery-or lying. Last week, the court indefinitely suspended Cleveland attorney
To shine a light onto government action, you need to know how to file a request and navigate the nine exemptions that can prevent the public release of data. This infographic details the process of filing a request under the Act, as well as what happens once your request is made.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) empowers citizens to hold their government accountable. It's been on the books since 1967, yet many don’t fully understand—or take advantage of—this remarkable law.