Tag Archives: eDiscovery

Generate Properly-formatted Bates Numbers in a Snap

Let’s say you get the following panicked email from an attorney on your team: You understand that these are the Bates numbers for documents on the Big Bank case, but you need to convert them to the proper format in order … Continue reading

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Reverse Names Easily with Find & Replace

A student in one of my CLE programs recently asked me the following question:  What do you do when you have a long list of names of the form “Cook, Mary” and you want to put them in the form “Mary … Continue reading

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Reviewing Native Excel Files, Part 1: Detecting Inconsistent Formulas

This is the first in a series of posts about reviewing native Excel files produced by parties in litigation.  We’ve finally reached a tipping point in litigation where the production of native Excel files (rather than inscrutable thousand-page printouts) is … Continue reading

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Find & Redact Social Security Numbers in Excel Files

A raft of state and federal laws require the redaction of social security numbers from publicly available documents.  For attorneys, this usually means that documents produced in litigation must be scrubbed of SSN’s.   In my experience, many parties resort to … Continue reading

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