Collaboration is more important than ever to achieve cost-effective, efficient discovery. The e-discovery industry offers impressive technologies, skilled technologists, and a plethora of knowledge on how to conduct e-discovery well. Without collaboration threading the pieces together, e-discovery costs can spike and potential issues abound. We talk about collaboration a lot, but how do we do that when review gets busy? As Geof Vance, Rachael Philbin, Tony Baskin, and James Jansen laid out in a webinar on document review, there are many key considerations for successful document review detailed below. The thread of collaboration runs through these.

1. Invest in fact-gathering and early communication.

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