11 Ways to Reduce Ediscovery Expenses

It’s impossible to overlook the transformative effects that widespread digitalization continues to have on the landscape of legal work, in particular, our relationship to information. Between the steadily compounding volume and complexity of data, and the evolving regulatory landscape surrounding its management, legal professionals increasingly require efficient, future-oriented solutions that won’t become antiquated after the next big technological advancement.

More than manifesting as a series of operational bottlenecks, the evolution of technology and its impact on legal work are creating a significant financial strain on legal teams and organizations. Two key forces are driving up ediscovery costs: massive data volumes and technological sprawl (we aren’t just reviewing email anymore). For law firms, corporations, and government agencies facing these challenges, it is crucial to be familiar with how they leverage modern technology to reduce the cost and risk of document review.

In this white paper, we detail 11 practical and distinct techniques that can help legal professionals cut document review costs. In particular, we focus on three core areas: reviewing fewer documents, optimizing review processes for efficiency, and reducing risks with built-in automation.