Cost management for sophisticated lawyers with eDiscovery needs
Litigation is an expensive course to embark on and the costs attributed to discovery are considerable. A report by the Duke Law Report¹ found that eDiscovery accounts for between 20 and 50 percent of all litigation costs.
As a lawyer, you have an obligation to act in your client's best interests and deliver legal services competently, diligently and as promptly as reasonably possible. This white paper will cover a series of strategies that can be deployed on any matter to ensure that your next eDiscovery project is conducted efficiently, and delivers the maximum value to your clients.
- Secure & sanitised documents hosted digitally greatly increase the efficiency of matter management and document review
- Simply deploying technology is not enough to successfully manage costs and provide clients with value for money
- A series of measures including service provider expertise can dramatically reduce the overall costs of any eDiscovery project whilst providing additional value for your client.