The potential uses for Relativity’s Legal Hold technology stretch past not just the discovery process, but even beyond a legal context.
Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
The explosion of the internet of things presents new challenges to eDiscovery including data ownership and smart data.
A common misconception is that advances in eDiscovery software, automation, and artificial intelligence will eventually replace the need for many legal professionals.
A common misconception is that the legal industry and the law are by definition reactive.
Law firms and corporations have come to expect certain professional service levels from their eDiscovery providers…The challenge for firms and companies is to find a service provider who strikes the right balance between client-centric flexibility and process-driven support.
One alternative to the transactional model is the repository model, also commonly referred to as the corporate model. This post provides a quick comparison of both models to help you pick which may be the best fit for your next matter.
One of the first questions providers often ask when engaging with a new client on an eDiscovery matter is a fairly simple one: Where is your relevant data located? Unsurprisingly, the answers are often complex. This article shares some helpful tips for maintaining the security of physical media containing electronically stored information.
As the volume of electronically stored information continues to increase, cost conscious law firms and corporate legal departments are beginning to scrutinize their eDiscovery budgets. This article shares several often overlooked ways to reduce eDiscovery costs while making the most of the smart technology and expert advice providers are able to offer.
Once a law firm or corporation has engaged an eDiscovery service provider, the hard work of implementing the project begins. There are several steps both parties can take to streamline the relationship and work more efficiently with each other. This article provides six important tips to ensure you maximize your eDiscovery partnership.
When law firms and corporations select service providers to assist with their eDiscovery needs, there is typically a comprehensive RFP process that focuses on many factors like security, technology, process and pricing. Often times, the vendor evaluation guidelines that most firms follow miss one of the most important criteria in any successful vendor relationship, the people! Here is a list of ten questions you should ask when evaluating the professional service offerings of your eDiscovery provider.