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  • Ten Tips to Becoming Savvy in E-Discovery Databases for the Non-Expert
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    Ten Tips to Becoming Savvy in E-Discovery Databases for the Non-Expert

    A couple of weeks ago, I had an enlightening conversation with an attorney who recently joined our firm. He is a fairly experienced database user who asked me if we had specific database training for attorneys and made an interesting comment: "I don't just want to know how it works; I want to know how to really use it." In other words, how can I leverage e-discovery technology in order to make my job more efficient, more effectual and offer better value for my client?

  • Five Tips to Enhance E-Discovery Project Management Impact
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    Five Tips to Enhance E-Discovery Project Management Impact

    E-Discovery project managers provide a valuable skill set that keeps litigation discovery on-track. As a result, they can have a huge effect on the level of success of their clients' projects. How can we increase the odds that the effect is positive? A project manager can maximize his organizational impact by adopting five simple habits.

  • Winning the E-Discovery Groundhog Day with Data Repositories
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    Winning the E-Discovery Groundhog Day with Data Repositories

    As clients become more engaged as stakeholders in the EDRM, they hope to avoid a “groundhog day” loop of collect, process, review and produce in one case, then rinse and repeat for ensuing matters which  cover a similar data universe. An e-discovery data repository containing previously processed, and often previously reviewed, data can short circuit this loop.