Matter resolution is the most overlooked stage in ediscovery. Inadequate case closure creates risks — and increases the cost of future discovery — through the retention of unnecessary data.
Many companies struggle with deciding where and how to handle ediscovery. This guide will help you decide which strategy is best for a particular matter.
Too many corporations don't manage ediscovery data security rigorously in-house. They take even fewer precautions when sharing it with service providers. This can be a dangerous gamble.
When you’re notified of a litigation matter, you need to be ready to act immediately. If your preservation and collection practices need a little boost, here’s what you need to know to level up.
Ediscovery cases start out with an unwieldy volume of disorganized data. The key is to use culling, processing, and review to reduce data volume, structure and arrange what remains, and review it efficiently.
In-house processing and review can drive huge cost savings and considerably shorten matter management timelines, but it can be difficult to know how to get started. Here are seven considerations to find the best option for your organization.