Ediscovery challenges are becoming more and more prevalent in our professional lives. This issue of The Discovery Update covers different facets of this. I hope you enjoy the articles, written by experts in the field, and that you find some information you can utilize for the discovery aspect of your current cases.
eDiscovery Processing: Seven Tips for Reducing Stress (and Spend)
By Erika Namnath
In eDiscovery good processing decisions early on can make a big difference.
The collection is done and you finally have the data. Now what? What’s the best way to tackle processing without breaking a sweat, the bank, or your timeline?
Alongside early case assessment (ECA), this phase of eDiscovery presents an opportunity to undertake a defensible reduction of data and pass along only the material that will ultimately be necessary to review. Here are a few tips that may help.
Conducting True Review of eDiscovery: Where Strategy and Technology Meet
By Josh Gilliland, Gail L. Gottehrer, Joanne Lane, Paul Prewitt
The following is a brief summary ofConducting True Review of eDiscovery,a webinar sponsored by Kiersted. The discussion was moderated byJosh Gilliland,e-discovery attorney in San Jose, and author of theBow Tie Law Blog. Participating wereGail L. Gottehrer,Axinn Veltrop Harkrider, LLP, a class action attorney focusing on complex civil litigation and an e-discovery thought leader;Joanne Lane,a recognized legal and e-discovery technology expert with over 20 years of law firm and corporate legal department experience; andPaul Prewitt,Kiersted’s eDiscovery Review and New York Operations Manager with 15 years of experience with high-level complex litigation.