07.12.2011--Streamline The eDiscovery Process; Save Money By Simplifying Attorneys' Lives
Industry Q&A Series
Don't Put Your Company At Risk; Be Prepared For eDiscovery By Vicki Amendola, ECM Connection
Regardless of your company's market or size, not taking the time to understand and prepare for eDiscovery can open your company to a greater risk if you are called into litigation. In this article series, I've gathered insight from three industry experts to help dispel some of the misconceptions surrounding eDiscovery and shed some light on how to proactively prepare your company to comply with an eDiscovery request should one ever come your way.
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Streamlining The eDiscovery Process: Tactics For Effective Implementation By Dean Gonsowski, Clearwell Systems
Against a backdrop of potential court sanctions, adverse court judgments, and the FRCP (Federal Rules of Civil Procedure), enterprises have struggled
to keep up with rising litigation demands and remain unsure of where and how to develop or improve their eDiscovery process.
Attorneys: Your Lives Just Got A Lot Easier By Sheila Mackay, Xerox Litigation Services
Organizations are increasingly finding
themselves in the hot seat when they have been
unable to respond to requests for ESI expediently, and with a sound rationale for their
results. What would your world be like if you could substantially
limit the number of documents that need
to have a set of human eyes on them without
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