In Part 7, we reviewed the key financial factors that must be considered as part of an organizational self-assessment of eDiscovery needs and solutions, including sunk costs, ongoing costs, and potential future costs. In this Part, we turn our attention to the fourth and final category of key factors for organizational self-assessment: human resources (HR) factors. HR factors, in this context, refer to all of the employees – internal and external – involved in meeting the organization’s eDiscovery needs, along with their locations and training and certifications, and how those things might change, over time, with different solutions . . .
In Part 6, we reviewed the key technology factors that must be considered as part of an organizational self-assessment of eDiscovery needs and solutions. In this Part, we turn our attention to the third of the four categories of key factors for organizational self-assessment: financial factors. Financial factors, in this context, refer to an organization’s sunk costs, recurring costs, and potential future costs with each solution under consideration. We’ll elaborate on each of these categories below . . .
Industry Veteran and Relativity Master Sarah Cole Joins Advanced Discovery as Director, Solutions North America
Advanced Discovery continues client services enhancements with the addition of experienced solutions expert in New York Advanced Discovery announced today the hiring of eight-year industry veteran Sarah Cole, JD, as Director, Solutions North America in New York. Sarah is an electronic discovery professional specializing in predictive and textual analytics, their incorporation into efficient, advanced workflows, and the establishment of best practices for their use. As one of only sixteen Relativity Certified Masters in the world, Sarah is one of industry’s … Continue reading
Advanced Discovery Named to the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies for Fifth Consecutive Year
As a five-time honoree, leading international eDiscovery services provider Advanced Discovery joins the Inc. 5000 “Honor Roll” Leading international eDiscovery and litigation services provider Advanced Discovery today announced its fifth consecutive naming to the annual Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies. As a five-time honoree, Advanced Discovery is proud to have joined the Inc. 5000 “Honor Roll” with phenomenal three-year growth of 117%. The Inc. 5000 is a list of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation. Started … Continue reading
New service provides high-quality, high-efficiency document review in a high-security environment International litigation services provider Millnet, an Advanced Discovery company, today announced the public launch of its new managed document review service, making its eDiscovery offering truly end-to-end. Already in operation with select clients for months, the service is now being made available to everyone. The service is built on their Best in Service Relativity environment, and enhanced by Millnet and Advanced Discovery’s custom Relativity extensions. Millnet’s deep bench of … Continue reading
In Part 5, we reviewed the key legal factors that must be considered as part of an organizational self-assessment of eDiscovery needs and solutions. In this Part, we turn our attention to the second of the four categories of key factors for organizational self-assessment: technology factors. Technology factors, in this context, refers to an organization’s overall technology resources, sophistication, and comfort level. The specifics of this will vary widely from organization to organization, and are the second most important set of factors for determining eDiscovery needs and assessing the suitability of potential solutions for your organization. Like legal factors, technology factors are assessed through . . .
From Sunday, August 28, to Thursday, September 1, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), will hold ILTACON, “a four-day educational conference that draws on the experience and success of professionals employing ever-changing technology within law firms and legal departments.” The conference will feature educational sessions in a variety of formats, including: hands-on, interactive audience participation, case studies, advanced curriculum, roundtables, lecture presentations and panel discussions. Advanced Discovery is proud to have experts participating as presenters in two of those sessions: … Continue reading