If you’re reinventing your ediscovery process, you’re in good company. Here are the key steps to setting up a solid ediscovery process.
Data security is an important component to any business, but it's especially vital to ediscovery. Learn about potential security risks, how to develop security audits that address those risks, and recommendations for evaluating your vendors in this guide.
Analyzing your ediscovery data is an effective tool to save money and create continuous opportunities for litigation response improvement. Here are a few best practices to establish or update your legal department metrics from set-up and implementation through analysis.
As the workplace digital transformation continues to drive up ediscovery costs, it's vital that legal teams are employing strategies to save money. This guide offers steps to rein in costs, such as following a litigation response plan, reducing data volumes, and more.
There is no “one size fits all” ediscovery team, but as corporate legal evolves, there are critical factors that can help any team achieve success. The teams of the future will be multifaceted, integrating different considerations, roles, and technologies into the mix.
Information governance is the key to maximize your data’s value while minimizing the costs and risks of keeping it, from creation through use and storage to eventual deletion. Here are 5 key components of managing your discovable 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.
Legal holds represent the primary way that most organizations initiate preservation, the first step in the overall ediscovery process. Download our guide to learn why they’re so critical and, even more importantly, how to execute them well.