The Undiscovered Benefits of E-Discovery
At the start of each case, the litigator needs to collect, review, and share electronically stored information (ESI) taken from a variety of outlets such as online accounts and emails. The countless sources and sheer amount of data make e-discovery an important process in legal cases of all types and sizes. Those who do not properly handle this process may be subject to costly errors and government sanctions.
Despite the significance of e-discovery, many lawyers still lack the knowledge and experience necessary to meet basic e-discovery standards. Even many of those who do have a basic working knowledge do not yet have an efficient e-discovery solution that helps them maintain compliance and gain a competitive edge. Using a comprehensive e-discovery platform can help litigators make the discovery process faster and more effective while increasing cost-efficiency.