Between collection, storage, analysis and numerous other tasks associated with the process, discovery often turns into the most-time intensive — and therefore costly — part of litigation. However, technology can make even the most arduous review simpler… as long its utilized effectively.

In a webcast entitled “Time is Money: Streamlining the E-Discovery Review Process,” to be presented Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 1 p.m. ET, e-discovery experts will tackle how legal firms and corporate counsel of all sizes approach their e-discovery process, with the goal of efficient, yet still comprehensive, review at the forefront. Through the webcast, the panelists will help companies and law firms answer three key questions:

  • Do you have efficient processes in place?
  • How do you know you’ve gathered the right data?
  • What’s the most efficient manner to store, evaluate and transfer data?

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