The Challenges of E-Discovery

Constantly reacting to litigation events is risky, not to mention expensive.  Getting more proactive about your e-discovery action plan and managing at least a portion of the e-discovery process “in-house” is on the rise. 

Mimecast empowers legal teams with an integrated archive solution with self-service e-discovery features to gain a quick and defensible edge on Early Case Assessments and case strategy. 

E-Discovery Readiness to Reduce Cost & Risk

New Gartner Research

This newsletter, “Strengthen E-Discovery Readiness to Reduce Cost and Risk” features Gartner research and offers guidance on the considerations for and e-discovery action plan, such as retention schedules, access rights, privacy concerns and security controls.

<p>Strengthen <br />E-Discovery Readiness to Reduce Cost &amp; Risk</p>

E-discovery success starts at the beginning

IDC technology spotlight

Often, e-discovery solutions focus on the middle of the electronic discovery reference model (EDRM) and only concern themselves with review and production. Certainly, the majority of e-discovery cost is at the review stage and often the focus is on making that process as efficient as possible. The less you collect then the less you must review. A focus on best practices on the left‐hand side of the EDRM can sow great rewards to be reaped later.
Organizations that wait until they are sued before they start preparing for litigation lose no matter what the case outcome is.

Sponsored by Mimecast, this paper from IDC details how e-discovery trends are changing to accommodate more in-house control and key recommendations on building a next-generation solution.

<p>E-discovery success starts at the beginning</p>

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