eDiscovery Processing Workflow & Other Best Practices

This is a “decision tree” style webinar with four choice points where the audience makes selections utilizing polls at each decision fork to move the legal document review further along. Topics include GDPR, TAR 1.0 vs TAR 2.0 and post-review work.

You are sitting in your office one day and get a call from a long-time client. They tell you that a lawsuit has been filed and they need to deal with documents from a 2-year period for about 20 employees, with 5 of them in Belgium. You get to work over the next month conducting custodian interviews and collecting documents that you send to your hosting vendor. At the end of the process for US collection, you look up and it’s just over 450,000 documents already. You have a discovery deadline in 10 weeks and need to do something fast!

Here’s what you’re being tasked with:

  • 450,000 documents, mostly emails with some scattered attachmåents of varying types
  • 15 US custodians
  • 5 EU custodians, yet to be collected
  • 10 weeks to finalize discovery

So where do you go from here?

This webinar walks through the scenario involved above, with choices along the way for the viewer to explore. As we make our way through the decision tree, we see the big role a managed review can play in a hefty legal document review. Through privilege log examples and redactions, GDPR, and TAR 1.0 and 2.0, this webinar journey helps the audience navigate the best steps to take when a doc review threatens to derail case progression and speed. A collaborative team can help with chronology and deposition prep, and partnering with the best in legal technology allows you to structure your review process in a way that enables you to get what you need from the data.

The bottom line: When you decide to go with a managed review and top tier eDiscovery processing workflow, you won’t regret your choice. You’ll walk away with a production schedule that matches your ESI protocol and responds to discovery requests appropriately as well as a full understanding of the process and what steps were taken to get you there. After you’re given an information set that you can slice and dice and interpret in a meaningful way, you’ll be able to garner an understanding of what the other side has (from your production), how your documents break down across issues, a clear data set for depo prep or witness prep, and potential trial exhibits.

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