5 Critical Factors to In-House eDiscovery Success
sponsored by Clearwell Systems

eDiscovery for civil litigation is a fact of life in the enterprise. It is also an expensive fact: U.S. corporations spend nearly $2 billion a year for eDiscovery-related tasks.

If the corporation has any hope of reining in steep eDiscovery costs they must find technology to help them do it. However, navigating the marketing hype to understand the real capabilities of “eDiscovery” solutions can be difficult given the vendor land grab. Buyers must not only understand a product’s breadth (how many eDiscovery stages it supports) but also how deeply it supports them. Without necessary depth, some eDiscovery products will be unable to control real eDiscovery costs. This Technology in Brief, written by Christine Taylor form the Taneja Group, will discuss the top 5 critical factors of an in-house eDiscovery solution.

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