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Bringing eDiscovery Technology In-House with Reduced Risk
Bringing more of the eDiscovery process in-house carries increased risk, and each organization must strike the right balance of risk and value given a number of factors. This white paper by Jeff Seymour, a principal at Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, provides more insights on reducing those risks.
About the Library
The Deloitte Discovery Library is designed to help you evaluate real business issues about discovery-related services including litigation readiness, data collection, data filtering, processing, hosting, document review and production.
The Discovery Library features a wide range of articles, points of view, discussion papers, research and industry reports that can help you better understand and address what you need. Topics cover recent business issues, strategies, technology advancements, industry trends, management issues, practical resources and more.
Early Case Assessment: It’s Proactive and it’s serving more than legal
In an article published by Compliance Week magazine, Tony Reid, principal, Sean Riley and Rich Simon, senior managers of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, discuss how in addition to the legal team, a company’s compliance and risk functions can use early case assessment tools for their own purposes, such as identifying data that is stored inappropriately.
Early Case Assessment and Over-Collection Solutions
Benton Armstrong and Andy Ruckman, principals in Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP were recently interviewed by the editor of The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, where they discussed the costly results of conventional e-discovery systems, the benefits of hybrid and full enterprise content solutions, the role of an ECA tool and more.
Managing E-Documents: Launching or Upgrading Protocols Can Be Difficult
Learn more about a proactive approach to electronic records management.
Linguistic Deception Theory: Is the World of e-Discovery Ready?
Recent academic research has shown that applying linguistic cues of deception to e-discovery analyses may help identify situations where e-mail authors are writing deceptively or avoiding certain words to evade suspicion.
Strategic Discovery: Taking Steps to Avoid Litigation’s Black Hole
Conflict in business is inevitable. A certain amount of business litigation is to be expected. But most of the messy, contentious part of litigation happens long before the parties enter the courtroom for a trial.
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