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E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cyber Security Section News

Posted on: May 14, 2019

From Complex Discovery:

E-discovery is rife with risk. Multiple parties, many jurisdictions, numerous ESI formats, various technologies, and competing vendors are all elements that can contribute to potential risk in an e-discovery matter. With the inherent risk of e-discovery influenced by these elements, it is essential that organizational eDiscovery decision makers both understand the risk of these elements and seek to mitigate as much risk as possible as early as possible.

One area that has the potential to impact the risk of an e-discovery matter is an organization’s selection of an e-discovery provider. There are many providers with many technologies and many ways in which they deliver their people, processes, and products to clients. In considering vendor selection, much is often shared about the specific capability and cost of technology and people to solve client challenges.

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