Document review is increasingly moving in-house at both public and private organizations, with over 70% of companies over $1 billion in annual revenue reporting they either have or plan to purchase document review technology. It’s no wonder why. Document review accounts for approximately 75% of all e-discovery costs and is used more frequently today than ever before in a variety of use cases, including civil discovery, data subject access requests, internal and regulatory investigations, and public record requests.
But moving document review in-house takes more than just buying software. It entails people, process, and technology challenges. Download this self-assessment checklist to learn:
- Tips for building a successful e-discovery and document review team
- Ideas to help you define and optimize your document review processes
- Key steps to take to ensure your technology investment pays off
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