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As data volumes grow, more corporate litigants will look to technology-assisted review technologies to realize process efficiencies and enhance eDiscovery strategy response planning. IDC anticipates an increase in the use of technology-assisted large scale review among litigants as well as an expansion in the types of use cases using these technologies.
Multi-national companies have become extremely sophisticated in how they conduct business in various parts of the world. This globalization effect has created a seismic shift in the practice of international law, especially as it pertains to the legal review process.
If the blockbuster film “The Social Network” taught us anything, it was that lawyers know social media, but too often in a laugh-inducing, three-steps-behind “My Cousin Vinny” way. While statistics show that a majority of legal professionals use social media, those numbers can be misleading.
When an organization becomes a party in a legal action, the way in which its documents are handled can ultimately affect the outcome of the case, and since settlements can amount to millions of dollars, securing data is not just a best practice, it is a necessity.
There are several factors to weigh when considering whether you should host eDiscovery in-house or outsource to a third-party vendor. Every entity has different motivations.
We live in a world where electronically stored information literally surrounds us in smartphones and social media. However, many attorneys refuse to use technology to help review discovery. Even worse, there are lawyers who simply fear electronic discovery.