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Posted on: Aug 2, 2017

By Helen Geib, QDiscovery

Litigation is expensive and clients are understandably cost conscious about discovery, especially in smaller cases where there is a real risk of the legal bills being disproportionate to the value of the case. One of the top strategies for containing costs without sacrificing effectiveness is working remotely. Simply by using online meetings with screen sharing, important tasks during the Identification, Preservation and Collection stages of an eDiscovery project can be performed without incurring travel expenses or unduly disrupting the client’s business. It’s just like being there – and sometimes even better.

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