Two of the key goals for companies involved in litigation are identifying the information that is relevant to understanding the case and identifying the information that is responsive to the opponent’s production requests. By using early case assessment tools and reviewing workflow techniques, companies may be able to prioritize the review and production of e-discovery. In turn, this can reduce the massive volume of data to a more manageable level, thereby reducing time and cost.
Please join us for a discussion of strategies that help litigants achieve these e-discovery goals while minimizing the costs and burdens associated with managing a large volume of data.
Topics to be addressed include the following:
- Ways to identify relevant data sources
- Techniques for identifying potentially responsive data
- A description of new technologies and how to use data analytics tools, such as “technology assisted review”
- Considerations in selecting an e-discovery partner/vendor
- Suggestions for good practices, including documentation and cooperation
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