Many vendors recommend the bit-by-bit disk imaging and post-collection processing/culling of data as the most defensible collection approach for e-discovery purposes. Yet, technology has advanced to enable culling and analysis of data prior to collection, resulting in smaller data volumes and significant cost savings.
With the courts requiring parties to establish responsible and defensible processes for data collection, understanding the correct data collection approach for e-discovery can be challenging.
In this on-demand wecbcast, panelists discuss:
- The difference between a targeted vs. full forensic collection
- How courts are responding to different collection methods and cost-shifting arguments
- How technology can help lower e-discovery collection costs without compromising defensibility
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