My commentary from last week, "The Dark Side of E-Discovery Pricing," elicited many responses via email and on our site. The consensus: Pricing is a real problem and everybody knows it. "Count me in for such a discussion. The inflation in vendor models is preposterous and untenable," wrote attorney Benjamin Semel, of Pryor Cashman, in New York. "There's a disconnect right now between vendor pricing, firm needs and client limits. Vendor pricing models may work for very small cases, but are ridiculous and ... [MORE]
E-Discovery Pricing Strikes Back
Law Technology News
November 15, 2011
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