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eDiscovery Best Practices

eDiscovery Best Practices

By late 2020, the digital universe is expected to reach 40 zetabytes, which is enough to fill more than half a trillion 32 GB tablets. That’s a LOT of data to deal with! The solution is to create an eDiscovery Best Practices Guide.

Companies and law firms are already feeling the strain of working with large amounts of data and keeping it secure. So it can be easy to go into panic mode when that data needs to be used in litigation. An eDiscovery best practices guide will help alleviate that stress. Here’s what it should include, and the benefits it offers your organization:

Best Practices Guides are helpful for both in-house and outside attorneys alike.

eDiscovery is a complex business process that, if performed in an ad-hoc manner will end up costing a company much more than it should. By putting in-place consistent processes, using the right technology and following accepted protocols, a corporate legal department, together with its outside attorneys can be confident that the company’s eDiscovery strategy will be legally defensible.

All while its overall legal spend will decrease, no matter the quantity or scope of the lawsuits and legal or regulatory matters in which the organization is involved.

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For nearly two decades, BIA has been protecting companies and law firms by solving complex eDiscovery and digital investigative issues while keeping costs low and legal defensibility high. If you would like to know more about how we help our clients lower costs and risks, please contact us.