Our Resource Center is a knowledge hub for today’s corporate in-house legal teams. Our guides cover expert level tips and strategy tutorials and ediscovery best practices to improve your team’s efficiency and production.
Making the Case for In-House Ediscovery
How to successfully advocate within your organization and build a business case for in-house preservation, processing, culling, and review.
When a duty to preserve arises, corporate legal teams use legal holds to advise personnel to preserved information for potential litigation matters or investigations. Learn more about preservations and legal holds, including best practices, tips and tools from the resources below.
Legal holds represent the primary way that most organizations initiate data preservation and are the first step in the overall ediscovery process. This guide offers actionable tools and tips to help you defensibly preserve data every time.
When preparing for potential litigation, have you considered what happens if your opponent asserts that you’ve lost, destroyed, or withheld evidence? Avoid the stress and respond with confidence by creating a defensible and efficient legal hold and data preservation process.
It's no secret that data processing and document review are the most expensive stages in ediscovery. The resources below feature best practices, tips and actionable steps for corporate legal teams to bring more ediscovery in-house to reduce legal spend and access key matter information faster.
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.
Conducting internal investigations got you on edge? Here are five step-by-step best practices for in-house legal and HR teams to help you quickly trigger a thorough and defensible investigation, and build a strategy to manage the resulting relevant data.
Legal operations help in-house legal teams run more efficiently and effectively, whether it's an actual job in your department or simply a team initiative. Learn more about reducing your legal spend, future-proofing your team, streamlining processes, and more from the resources below.
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.
The world of ediscovery is constantly evolving, and corporate legal teams are tasked with staying ahead of the curve. For recent news and updates from across the ediscovery word, check out the resources below.
In this white paper, we explore the Five Ediscovery Realities you need to know regarding discovery-related challenges facing corporations today, and Five Ways Technology Addresses the Challenges in 2021 and beyond.
According to Gartner, "The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the trajectory of technology adoption in legal departments. Rather than scrambling to catch up, application leaders responsible for legal and compliance technology must build a strategy that addresses pain points on the path to better legal and business outcomes."
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