electronic discovery software

Making eDiscovery More Affordable

Making eDiscovery More Affordable 150 150 Jason Krause

Jason Velasco’s recent eDiscovery Journal column Does Anyone Still Think About Pricing in eDiscovery revives a topic close to our hearts, pricing in e-discovery. Velasco points out that with recent attention focused on topics like predictive coding, less attention is being paid to a more fundamental issue in litigation – the cost of eDiscovery. Unpredictable Data There…

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Why eDiscovery Costs Too Much

Why eDiscovery Costs Too Much 150 150 Jason Krause

Let’s face it- the reason why eDiscovery is still such a pernicious topic in the legal profession are the eDiscovery costs. Most of the other details about managing ESI in litigation are well understood. We know, for example, that almost all electronic data and metadata is discoverable. And thanks to the updated Federal Rules of…

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Democratizing eDiscovery Today

Democratizing eDiscovery Today 150 150 Jason Krause

Nextpoint understands as well as anyone that unless eDiscovery is affordable and manageable for small cases, our system of law will break. Tom O’Connor’s recent LTN article, “Pricing: The Small Case eDiscovery Dilemma,” revived Craig Ball’s 2010 EDna Challenge to see if a lawyer could successfully manage an eDiscovery project for less than $1,000. We’d like…

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