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eDiscovery Journal - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Effectively Managing Ediscovery Portfolios

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

How many times have you heard it? Litigation costs are on the rise. “Big Data” is everyone’s nightmare. There is no room for inefficient and expensive ediscovery. Predictive coding will save the day.

Time for some straight talk. One of the bigger hurdles facing corporations looking to fix their ediscovery woes: tunnel-vision. Most organizations’ ediscovery responses revolve around a reactive process related to a single matter. There is no continuity from one project to the next, and for most organizations, the ediscovery process begins anew with each project. Collect, review, produce. Repeat. Collect, review, produce. Repeat. In reality, the same custodians’ documents and email are frequently needed across projects, and an organization’s inability to leverage past document collections and valuable document review work product from one project to the next is archaic.

It seems simple, right? Why can’t corporations easily find the formula for multi-matter management across their portfolio of ediscovery projects? They need an ediscovery “lifestyle change” – reduce, reuse, recycle. The goal: move away from the disjointed, individual project approach and replace it with standardized business processes and portfolio management technology.

This webinar will provide an overview of the portfolio management approach to ediscovery, detailing its benefits while identifying the obstacles an organization must consider when implementing such an innovative approach to ediscovery.

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eDiscovery Journal - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Effectively Managing Ediscovery Portfolios

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Presenters:

John Addington
Senior eDiscovery Analyst
Dell

Greg Buckles
Co-Founder, Principal Analyst
eDJ Group

 

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