Like many businesses, CDS had to pivot to managing workers and client relationships remotely when COVID started. While we had some experience with virtual document reviews prior to the pandemic, it was not to the extent that we faced in March 2020.
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In March 2020, as offices around the world closed due to the global pandemic, CDS transitioned to fully remote document reviews. One year later, we have learned many lessons about what works and where adjustments and improvements can still be made.
In this week’s blog post, CDS’s Steve Wang explains how HR teams in the eDiscovery world can optimize workflow and cut down on costs by outsourcing document review to a single team.
CDS has a history of firsts with Relativity and we’re continuing our tradition of innovation with our submission in this year’s awards, the CDS Managed Review Autotracker.
Quality control in eDiscovery is a time consuming process, but with new technology to visualize data, companies are saving time and money.
Cybersecurity is a big problem for many companies as evidenced by the constant media coverage of massive breaches. When these situations happen, experts come in to fix the breach, but that still leaves businesses to deal with their notification obligations. That’s where eDiscovery expertise can make a big difference.
A consistent theme in our posts is explaining the benefits of technology when used properly. The key is to understand what technology can and cannot do and how lawyers and technologists can work together to achieve the best results.
As eDiscovery technology advances, there are increasing benefits to utilizing a team of experts who understand both law and technology to handle every step of the process, from forensic collections to data hosting and managed review.
For those managing the review process, there are significant advantages to discussing technology at the outset. Collaboration with and among technical teams, project managers, and case teams from the beginning allows all the parties to best leverage technology to improve and streamline review. This article lists some key items that should be part of a technology first approach.
By Suzanne H. Clark, Esq., CEDS (Jimerson & Cobb) and Parke P. McManis, Esq., RCA, CEDS (Managing Director, Mid-Atlantic, Complete Discovery Source) This post was first published on July 26, 2016, as an article written by Ms. Clark and Mr. McManis on behalf of the...
As the amount of Electronically Stored information (ESI) that companies and employees generate continues to increase, so does the average size of eDiscovery projects and document reviews. Many Attorneys and review teams accustomed to handling their document reviews...