In any matter, your potential e-discovery burden will greatly affect your case strategy. What if you could immediately—right after receiving a complaint—not only know how much likely data you would need to search, collect, process and review, but also have access to potentially responsive documents prior to collection? New e-discovery technology now empowers legal teams to do just that with in-place Early Case Assessment (ECA) capabilities.
Review these webcast slides and you will:
- Learn about how in-place ECA works and how it can save you money
- Understand how in-place ECA helps you determine case strategy earlier in the litigation cycle
- Get in-depth analysis and advice on how leading in-house legal departments are leveraging in-place ECA