The foundation of your e-discovery process centers around the ability to defensibly preserve data in a time when the volume and location of potentially relevant is rapidly expanding.
As more legal departments are looking to reduce costs, e-discovery and legal operations professionals are bringing data collection and processing in-house instead of having a third party service provider do it for them.
Early case assessment (ECA) has been a popular term in e-discovery for years. And with increasing litigation along with more data to search through it’s more important than ever to understand how effectively leverage ECA at your organization.
Historically the most expensive stage within the e-discovery process, document/data review is an area that is ripe for optimization to reduce legal spend and identify the key facts in the case ASAP.
Even though the e-discovery has been historically split into stages, the e-discovery process must be treated as an iterative workflow because each stage is contingent on the stage before and after it.