Making the Most of eDiscovery Managed Services
Your law firm may be reassessing how to control the costs of identifying, collecting, and producing evidence during the electronic discovery process.
Handling the information in-house may be unrealistic if your firm lacks the technology, software licenses, secure servers, and expertise necessary for processing voluminous or complicated ESI.
But hiring an eDiscovery vendor for each new matter comes with similar drawbacks. It entails inking a new contract for each new matter and ramping up teams on different software platforms. Furthermore, no client wants to pay high hourly fees for an outside firm to perform eDiscovery. These fees can quickly get out of hand, depriving your client of cost predictability.
eDiscovery managed services allow you to avoid these pitfalls.
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1Key takeaways from the white paper
eDiscovery managed services, defined
Getting the most value out of eDiscovery managed services
Law firm implementation best practices
A Guide to eDiscovery Managed Services for Law Firms covers everything you need to know about implementing managed services at your law firm, from choosing the right technology to positioning the benefits to your clients.
Pass savings on to your clients
Efficiency & scalability
Managed services offers the best of both worlds: the control and cost savings of an in-house electronic discovery department with the speed, expertise, efficiency, and scalability of a dedicated eDiscovery company.
3Optimize time, productivity, and resources
Without the organizational drag of inking new contracts for each new matter, the switching costs of changing platforms and teams, or the downtime of updating software, you can optimize your time, productivity, and resources for driving toward positive case outcomes.