Here you’ll find helpful guides, industry survey results, recommended best practices, webinar transcripts, and other ediscovery tools.
The 2019 report demonstrated that corporate ediscovery is hitting a transition point. As we unpacked the responses from the nearly 250 participants, we saw the emergence of three distinct types of teams handling corporate ediscovery.
This guide analyzes ediscovery costs, helping organizations better predict their budgets and identify the potential savings of in-house ediscovery.
This practical guide explains why metrics are critical to saving money and time in ediscovery and gives best practices for establishing helpful KPIs.
Our latest guide shares 9 best practices that will refine your ECA process to make it as cost-effective and efficient as it can be.
Law enforcement investigators keep finding new ways to use data from internet of things (IoT) connected devices like fitness trackers to build criminal cases. Civil investigation and litigation is close behind, but IoT devices pose particular problems for ediscovery, from spoliation to proportionality.
2018 Corporate Ediscovery Benchmarking Survey Reveals Gap Between In-House Legal Priorities and Practices
A survey of in-house ediscovery professionals showcased benchmarks for how ediscovery is handled, including litigation portfolios and processes.
Ediscovery management is people management — and human resources has a critical role to play. From policy development and training to data mapping and coordination with the IT and legal departments, here are some best practices for HR professionals dealing with ediscovery.
With in-house ediscovery, you’re faced with a choice: should your organization adopt on-premise or cloud-based ediscovery software? We break down the pros and cons of each, including costs, security, scalability, availability, and speed to implementation.
Ediscovery professionals have to find a way to keep up with the ever-changing legal and technological landscape of ediscovery. Fortunately, there are lots of options for continuing education, from conferences and classes to case law blogs and other online resources.
The legal department and the IT department often seem to be speaking two different languages, especially when it comes to ediscovery. This handy translation guide can help you understand each other and avoid future miscommunications.