E-discovery: 4 tips for managing the document review process

How to make this costly, risky part of litigation more efficient

This article is the fourth installment in a series on e-discovery issues and areas that offer inside counsel the greatest opportunities to reduce risks and save costs. Read parts one, two and three.


2. Train them well.

Training contract lawyers, again, is often handled by the outside law firm managing the litigation. They should carefully develop a presentation about the nature of the case, the key players (including lawyers for all sides), problem areas, and other critical legal and factual issues, as well as a lesson on how the review tool itself operates.

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Alvin Lindsay

Alvin F. Lindsay is a partner specializing in complex commercial litigation at the Miami office of Hogan Lovells US. He frequently writes and speaks on...

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