Seyfarth Shaw is already well-known in the legal industry as a pioneer of using business process improvement to make their work more efficient. Now the firm is breaking ground with the use of “software robots.”
As the amount of data retained by companies grows, corporate legal departments face increased pressure to control the costs associated with e-discovery. One way they are looking to cut e-discovery spend is by questioning outside counsel, according to high-level in-house lawyers.
While many law firms are contracting with outside companies to use the most up-to-date technology to review data for e-discovery purposes, Paul Hastings has developed a system internally that the firms says goes a step further.