Written by Jeff Johnson, Principle Consultant, Quantum eDiscovery In-house early case analytics are important to the corporation because they have the potential to significantly impact the total cost of litigation. According to RAND, attorney review typically accounts for about 73 percent of all eDiscovery production costs. The simple rule of thumb is this: the less […]
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Written by Jeff Johnson, Principle Consultant, Quantum eDiscovery Rule 1 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure provides the oft-cited goal of the civil justice system—to provide the “just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of every action.” The criteria of just, speedy, and inexpensive align well with the constraints of the project management triangle—scope, time, and […]
Written by Jeff Johnson, Principle Consultant, Quantum eDiscovery In-house early analytics are discovery intelligence gathering and reporting mechanisms that help in-house counsel and outside counsel understand a corpus of potentially-relevant documents and e-mail. In-house early case analytics gives counsel the ability to make well-informed decisions about what documents and e-mail are clearly non-relevant so that […]