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Overview

See how eDiscovery solutions drive down costs and improve efficiency

As investigations, litigation and regulatory compliance mandates increase, legal teams struggle to manage case workloads, budgets and risk mitigation without sacrificing key priorities. The pressure to do more with less is driving the need for more efficient, highly scalable eDiscovery processes. In fact, 70% of legal department leaders cite a renewed focus on adopting new or better technologies to simplify workflows and reduce manual processes to cut costs.[2]

eDiscovery solutions help legal teams turn eDiscovery and investigations into an operational business process that runs on time, on budget and with measurable results.

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Key benefits

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  • Find facts faster

    Accurately assess case merits and develop case strategy sooner with rapid access to key facts delivered by advanced analytics and filters.

  • Lower litigation spend

    Reduce document review costs and outside counsel spend with advanced technology, machine learning, automation and expert services.

  • Improve productivity

    Spend less time on legaltech-related logistics and eyes-on document review with analytics, machine learning, automation, repeatable workflows and centralized processes.

  • Reduce risk

    Use technology-assisted review (TAR), built-in privacy detection and redaction features and automated QC to ensure no critical documents are missed and no sensitive or privileged data is inadvertently produced.

  • Flexibly deploy and scale eDiscovery

    Deploy technology based on the IT environment, off cloud, cloud or hybrid, and rapidly scale on demand to manage spikes in caseload.

  • Optimize resources

    Reduce IT dependencies and free up internal resources to focus on the merits and risks of the case.

Business impacts

  • Streamline document review

    Rising litigation and investigation volumes strain legal teams’ ability to meet deadlines. Adding reviewers invites coding inconsistencies, cost and risk from document exposure. Optimize results with machine learning-powered eDiscovery solutions.
  • Operationalize eDiscovery processes

    Sensitive data and work product are often re-reviewed for each case, even for matters involving the same documents. Treating repetitive litigation as one-offs multiplies work, risks and costs. Centralize data and automate processes for reuse.

  • Rapidly respond to regulatory, government and internal investigations

    Investigations, such as M&A due diligence, Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act (HSR) second requests and whistleblower allegations, require rapid document collection, review and risk assessment. This drains resources and budget. Rapidly locate critical evidence and respond to requests.
  • Meet data privacy compliance

    Legal teams must protect sensitive data and promptly respond to Subject Rights Requests (SRRs), including Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs). Disparate tools limit teams’ ability to find, protect data and produce requests on time. Maintain compliance with eDiscovery workflows.

  • Quickly identify and analyze breached data

    Data security tools identify threat access paths and prevent loss. But, they do not provide full insight into documents affected by a breach. Quickly locate Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Protected Health Information (PHI) and Payment Card Information (PCI) and sensitive data to assess impact and fulfill notification requirements.
  • Modernize with cloud first and hybrid strategies

    Legal teams must align with their organizations’ cloud strategy. Off-cloud legaltech systems tax resources, eat up budget and do not scale easily. Leverage a single highly scalable cloud or hybrid system.

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Footnotes

Footnotes

  1. [1]Ari Kaplan, The Great eDiscovery Reset, 2022
  2. [2]Thomson Reuters, 2021 State of the Corporate Law Departments, 2021