Depending upon your perspective, early case assessment, a process through which reviewers try to define the universe of potentially responsive electronically stored information as quickly and, probably most importantly, cheaply as possible, is either the “next big thing” or the “present big thing” in e-discovery.

For practitioners facing the daunting task of e-discovery review and clients footing large bills for that review, ECA seems a promising and attractive prospect. In this article, I will address the questions you have to ask your ECA vendor, and yourself, in order to determine whether and under what circumstances ECA is right for you.

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