“EDRM, the leading standards organization for the e-discovery market, announced today the launch of a newly designed website at EDRM.net. The redesign was initiated to reflect the new relationship with and branding of Duke Law School. Duke Law acquired EDRM in August 2016.
“As the home for e-discovery resources and education, the new website is the heart of EDRM,” says Jim Waldron, deputy director of EDRM, which operates out of the Center for Judicial Studies at Duke Law. “EDRM members and public visitors come to the site over 15,000 times per month to participate in the development of new standards and guidelines, download practical tools and checklists to accomplish their professional work and learn about e-discovery. We have an ambitious agenda for EDRM in 2017, and the new website will support collaboration among team members working on TAR/analytics, cross-border discovery, and other initiatives.”
In addition to the iconic Electronic Discovery Reference Model, a visual model of the phases of electronic discovery from information governance through presentation of evidence, EDRM develops related e-discovery and information governance frameworks and publishes them on the site.
The Resources section of the site offers practical tools for use in planning, preparation and execution of e-discovery processes, including:
Calculators for budgeting, data calculation, RFP comparison
Data privacy and protection laws
A variety of datasets for use in product testing, demonstration and training
A reference collection of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and related articles, presentations and commentary
Glossaries of e-discovery terms
Educational webinar videos on a wide range of topics
E-discovery project guides and white papers…”