eDiscovery is the forced marriage between technology and the law. Since ‘computer-assisted review’ passed into U.S. jurisprudence in 2012, organizations have had no choice but to rely on technology to control the eDiscovery process, and contain costs.
This white paper explores different options organizations have to deal with eDiscovery requests:
Specialist technology is scalable. You can deal with one single crises, as well as 10 or 20 information requests.
eDiscovery will always need people, but the fewer the merrier.