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The eDiscovery project manager's path to long-term success

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | October 18, 2018
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Corporate legal teams use a vast array of tools and strategies in their efforts to manage a growing number of eDiscovery projects. Strategies range from having no strategy at all to outsourcing everything to consolidating all their projects onto a single internal platform specifically designed to…

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The growing importance of eDiscovery for corporate counsel

Jan Scholtes
Jan Scholtes | October 16, 2018
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 Last week, at the autumn conference of General Counsel Network (GCN) in the Hague, GCN picked the perfect location for this event: not only is The Hague the city of international law and peace, GCN was also able to arrange the historical headquarter of the Dutch courts: the “Raad voor de…

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Building a business case for taking control of eDiscovery

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | October 11, 2018
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Corporate Counsel, CIOs, and Litigation Support Managers need no convincing that the costs of eDiscovery are increasing dramatically. And if you work in one of the aforementioned positions, it is likely you are well aware that bringing part or all of the eDiscovery process in-house may lead to…

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How taking control of eDiscovery can minimize IT headaches

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | October 4, 2018
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It is only recently that IT departments have become involved with eDiscovery. The explosion of data now available on mobile, social media, and in cloud storage means the IT team has now become integral to the EDRM process.

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Building a business case to take control of eDiscovery

Dennis van der Veeke
Dennis van der Veeke | October 3, 2018
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eDiscovery does not generate revenue for the organization, it disrupts businesses and limits the time and energy that management could otherwise invest in their core activities. Nevertheless, the need to use automation to control data volumes and high costs for external service providers is real.…

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Attention corporate counsel...

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | September 25, 2018
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...eDiscovery doesn't have to keep you up at night If there is one part of the job likely to keep corporate counsel awake (and usually in the office) all night, it is eDiscovery. Having barely come to grips with the vast number of documents contained on servers and in emails, electronically stored…

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3 reasons taking control of eDiscovery benefits project teams

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | September 18, 2018
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When it comes to effective eDiscovery delivery, no one comes close to determining the success of the project than the project manager and their team. But with increased pressure in the form of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and US privacy laws, a surge in the amount of mobile data,…

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Why taking control of eDiscovery should (also) be an IT initiative

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | September 11, 2018
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Even though eDiscovery technically falls within the legal department’s domain, the “e” part of eDiscovery falls to the IT department. After all, eDiscovery is a technological solution to a problem caused by technology. Choices regarding platform and data collection have ramifications for both…

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Why controlling eDiscovery costs is possible

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | September 4, 2018
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Performing eDiscovery is basically writing blank checks. Well, maybe not literally. But the way eDiscovery gets handled currently is pretty much boils down to the same thing. Case in point: your company gets a request for information. Whether that request comes via discovery in a court case or from…

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