Corporate Counsel Guide to End-to-End eDiscovery
If you’re in-house at a large corporation, chances are you spend most of your time — or would like to spend most of your time — delivering strategic legal advice to your business stakeholders, and driving real business value for the organization. It can often feel as if anything outside of this is a distraction.
So when it comes to electronic discovery — the process of collecting, processing, reviewing, and producing documents and information for discovery during a litigation, investigation, or regulatory review — the nitty gritty details can feel like something that should simply be outsourced.
Terms like culling, de-duplication, forensic images, and metadata weren’t taught in law schools until recently, and for many in-house counsel don’t use them regularly. However, the practical application of eDiscovery can be a boon to profit-making entitites.
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1Key takeaways from the eDiscovery guide.
Review best practices
How to build an efficient, effective eDiscovery program
Choosing the right collection tool and/or consultant
The eDiscovery process defined
The Corporate Counsel Guide to End-to-End eDiscovery covers what you need to know to build an efficient, effective eDiscovery program inside your company's firewalls - and reduce costly distractions to your ultimate goals as an in-house lawyer.
It's important you work with a provider that has expertise in a wide range of technologies & tools.
Know where your company's data lives.
Consolidating everything you've uncovered into one system is not only a good business practice, it's also a legally sound practice.
3Agile review project management
A good review vendor has deep expertise with best document review platforms on the market, access to their own proprietary technology to speed review, and deep expertise in agile project management methodologies.