This is a Bloomberg BNA Insight article written by Chris Cameron. To download the Bloomberg article in pdf form press here. Information is King! But What Do I Do With It? Advanced Discovery’s Chris Cameron explains how leveraging the power of information can improve speed and accuracy in each phase of discovery while reducing costs. As new technologies and processes are developed to deal with increasing volumes of electronically stored information (ESI), it has become apparent to even … Continue reading
The eDiscovery company’s new expansion will provide document review project management and review team staffing to law firms and corporate legal departments nationwide. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2013 Advanced Discovery, one of the fastest growing e-discovery and document review solutions provider, announced today it has opened a dedicated review facility in San Francisco. “Our San Francisco Review Center is centrally located in the financial district, easily accessible to many of our clients and conveniently located to major public transportation,” says … Continue reading
By Sean Doherty Advanced Discovery launched two free (for existing customers) electronic data discovery tools for kCura’s Relativity review platform: Advanced Visibility and Advanced Review. Both run in Relativity’s web interface with a single login, but do not impact its performance because they run on a separate platform and use their own version of Microsoft SQL. Advanced Visibility tracks all phases of discovery projects, including the input of data from forensic programs such as Guidance Software’s EnCase Forensic and AccessData’s FTK. Features … Continue reading
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As eDiscovery matters increase in complexity, so does the value of real-time information. This entry is part of our ongoing series on the ways to leverage eDiscovery Lifecycle Tracking and Document Review Metrics to gain control over discovery. Choosing the Right Review Tools and Strategy Knowing the types of data and the format of that data early in a matter helps counsel chose the right process and technology for the matter. Some projects need many reviewers simultaneously, some are … Continue reading
Document review of ESI often represents the most time-intensive, costly aspect of discovery. In order to review documents in a cost-effective, defensible manner, legal teams must build and implement processes designed to optimize staffing, project management, technology and facilities management. See how a focus on each of these areas has led to success in a series of document review projects. Click here to download.
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Text Version: As eDiscovery matters become increasingly complex, legal professionals must juggle many elements just to stay on top of things: custodians, documents, data, deadlines, reviewers, tools, data sources, and more. The key to remaining in control is access to information. Easy and understandable information allows counsel and client to set good litigation and discovery strategies, develop and maintain budgets, hit deadlines, and improve results. This webinar will focus on: • The major advantages of tracking discovery projects in … Continue reading
As eDiscovery matters increase in complexity, so does the value of real-time information. This entry is part of our ongoing series on the ways to leverage eDiscovery Lifecycle Tracking and Document Review Metrics to gain control over discovery. Determining Case Strategy Counsel can use statistical analysis to make a more informed decision about whether to pursue or settle the matter and, in the case of settlement, avoid the need for additional collection, processing, and review. A quick settlement can result … Continue reading
For many, Early Case Assessment means the filtering and culling of non-responsive electronic documents early in the discovery process. But reducing data sets is only a fraction of the value of an ECA program. Set Litigation Strategy Analyzing case data early can lead to a better litigation plan, an accelerated try/settle decision, and sometimes even a quick disposition with minimal costs. Build a Discovery Plan … Continue reading
As eDiscovery matters increase in complexity, so does the value of real-time information. This entry is the first in our ongoing series on the ways to leverage eDiscovery Lifecycle Tracking and Document Review Metrics to gain control over discovery. Setting a Realistic Case Budget Data can inform budgeting for both discovery and the matter as a whole. With instantaneous access to the estimated cost, corporations and law firms have better visibility into current spending and make adjustments as necessary, … Continue reading