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Automating eDiscovery Reporting with AutoReport

Nov 3, 2022

Growing data volumes and new data types have expanded the scope, complexity and expense of eDiscovery matters, necessitating more sophisticated reporting methods to provide eDiscovery consumers and stakeholders with the most up-to-date information. Today, discerning corporate and legal eDiscovery customers expect full transparency into the eDiscovery process in real time, with access to metrics and reporting that can improve process and quality, reveal cost saving opportunities, and even drive legal strategy.

Legacy manual reporting methods required running database scripts, saved searches, and exports, and compiling metrics across platforms to provide snapshots in time. While important, the process could be time consuming for members of litigation support departments and case teams, pulling valuable resources away from more productive matter management activities. Additionally, because of the repetitive nature, manual reporting becomes costly on long running matters with rolling review and production requirements.

Vision AutoReport helps eliminate tedious, time-consuming matter-level reporting by facilitating the scheduling and automated delivery of detailed reporting directly from Relativity. Case teams can share advanced visualizations on coding decisions, review progress, data types, date ranges, search results and more. AutoReport provides polished, formatted, customizable reporting on critical metrics to key stakeholders on-demand.

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About the Author

<a href="https://cdslegal.com/team/michael-milicevic-esq/" target="_blank">Michael Milicevic, Esq.</a>

Michael Milicevic, Esq.

As VP eDiscovery Products & Solutions, Michael Milicevic leads the Global CDS Product Solutions Team, designing and developing proprietary products and solutions and expanding the CDS technology portfolio. He also oversees all Midwest operations. He has over 12 years of eDiscovery and legal experience and has worked on multiple large matters for a variety of clients, including Am Law 100 firms, global financial services organizations, and multi-national manufacturers.