Advanced E-Discovery Strategy: Beyond Cost Control

Law360, New York (June 20, 2013, 10:45 AM EDT) -- Proponents of early case assessment correctly identify it as a means of exercising better and more informed control over litigation and litigation costs, and more quickly and efficiently progressing toward resolution. Given the realities of litigation today, in which discovery can account for 75 percent of the costs of litigation and the vast bulk of those costs are attributable to electronic discovery, articles addressing such assessments inevitably touch on the need for litigants to develop comprehensive e-discovery plans at the outset of litigation.

For the most part, those discussions are focused on efficiency and cost control in the production and review...

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