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Discovery DollarsThis four-part series examines the ways in which firms are managing e-discovery work and whether there is profit to be had in such endeavors.
2012-11-27 12:00:00 AM
This four-part series examines the ways in which firms are managing e-discovery work and whether there is profit to be had in such endeavors.
Part 1: E-Discovery's Tipping Point: Firms Deciding to Get in or Get Out
Litigation support services departments in law firms now largely tasked with helping attorneys manage the e-discovery needs of clients are at a crossroads. To invest or divest. Read More
Part 2: Investing in E-Discovery Versus Showing it the Door
Concordance and Summation are two words familiar through the halls of nearly every large law firm in the country. The early versions of the programs were the most commonly used platforms for managing electronic data for trial. Read More
Part 3: E-Discovery Profits: Drawing Blood From a Stone?
As clients look to shave as many dollars off of the expense line of e-discovery as possible, law firms that want to make money on e-discovery outside of the high rates a few partners can charge for legal expertise in the area have to be willing to forgo substantial rates in favor of volume. Read More
Part 4: E-Discovery Software Providers Link Up, Change Pricing Model
When it comes to e-discovery software, manufacturers need to serve multiple masters in multiple ways. Read More