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What is the Term ‘Early Case Assessment’ Really About?

September 23, 2010


In the last couple of months, I have seen many different definitions of Early Case Assessment (ECA). Some vendors mold the concept of Early Case Assessment to support their own offerings–which isn’t surprising, but it does cloud the issue. Some of the definitions have merit, but not all. There is one definition that I disagree […]

Why you need a solid and defensible methodology when you bring eDiscovery in-house

September 3, 2010


The main rewards of bringing eDiscovery in-house are very clear: reducing costs and controlling risks—for the current legal matter as well as future litigation. What we have seen in many cases is that the bill one can expect to receive for the legal review from an external law firm is often proportional with the amount […]