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Granite Legal’s Paper “Enterprise Systems Discovery Management” Selected for Inclusion in the 6th Annual ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference

Granite Legal’s abstract on “Enterprise Systems Discovery Management” has been selected as one of the winning papers to be included as part of the 6th Annual ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference.


The conference includes leading jurists, attorneys, and legal and technological professionals who will explore a wide array of cutting-edge issues affecting eDiscovery, information governance and data analytics.  The theme for this year’s conference is “The New Normal:  Law, Technology, and Innovation”.


Granite Legal CEO Jeffrey Hewett will present the paper to conference attendees.  “We are honored to have our paper selected for inclusion in this innovative conference,” said Hewett.   "I am looking forward to a robust discussion of enterprise systems, a critical - yet often overlooked - aspect of eDiscovery.”


Other conference speakers include The Honorable Shira Scheindlin, Michael Arkfeld, Maura Grossman, The Honorable Mitchell D. Dembin and The Honorable Xavier Rodriguez.  The conference will be held March 8-10, 2017 at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.

November 14, 2016

by Jeffrey Hewett, J.D.

Legal Technology:  Looking Forward

The information sources and services associated with electronic discovery are advancing at a rapid pace – increasingly rapid when compared to the early requirements and available tools.  Changes in technology, services, cultural issues and the FCRP rules will continue to challenge the legal services industry to respond with cost-effective and legally serviceable solutions in a timely fashion.....

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"This new site will provide our visitors a very informative experience about our capabilities, including those in Enterprise Database Discovery, surmounting difficult data collection scenarios, data mapping and more.”

The revamped site is clean and intuitive, providing a user friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing customers quick and easy access to essential information such as product and service information   The website is rich with valuable educational resources, including robust content about eDiscovery and data management issues from industry thought-leaders and experts, presentations, webinars, blogs, case studies and white paper downloads.  The website will be updated on a regular basis, making it an important, recurring destination for legal professionals.

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Granite Legal Systems Launches New Website


Granite Legal Systems, a leading eDiscovery consulting firm providing professional services to the world’s leading corporations, including pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, energy companies and their legal counsel, announces the launch of their redesigned website at


“The new, modern design reflects Granite’s innovative and forward thinking approach to solving the technical challenges inherent in complex eDiscovery matters, such as high stakes litigation, arbitration, compliance and regulatory investigations,” said Jeffrey Hewett, Granite’s CEO.

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Granite CEO Honored by Washburn Law School

CEO Jeffrey Hewett is interviewed by his alma mater in this fascinating article about the history of Granite Legal Systems.

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Enterprise Database Systems and eDiscovery

The discovery process for enterprise database systems involves unique challenges that require expert technical assistance.  This white paper outlines Granite Legal’s disciplined and defensible approach for the efficient and accurate identification, collection, analysis, review and production of data from enterprise database systems.

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Complimentary CLE

Significant changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure related to discovery took effect on December 1, 2015.  This presentation focuses on the content of the rule changes, committee notes, impact of these amendments on discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) and provides practical applications for managing ESI in e-Discovery strategies.  We also analyze the most significant ediscovery judicial opinions since the new amendments took effect.   


Approved for 1 hour of MCLE credit by the State Bar of Texas. Lunch provided. Additional dates to be announced soon!

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