We have seen a recent uptick in announcements that law firms have developed or expanded their internal e-discovery capabilities. Providers are quick to note each time that a law firm licenses their e-discovery software, for example
By Bennett B. Borden, Monica McCarroll, Mark Cordover & Sam Strickland The review of documents for responsiveness and privilege is widely perceived as the most expensive aspect of conducting litigation in the information age. Over the last several...
Sean P. Sweeney, principal and cofounder of LITMG, LLC (Litigation Support Management Group), a litigation support services and consulting company based in Pittsburgh, explores the changes in the tools used during discovery. Access this white paper and...
By Daryl Shetterly
Early in my e-Discovery career I learned the unanticipated presence of foreign language documents can throw a project budget and timeline for a loop. We were on budget and ahead of schedule when . . . BAM! Lots of Asian language...