Evolving trends in e-discovery

Maximize success and share (and manage) the burden of e-discovery

It’s no secret that e-discovery is a resource and capital-intensive business. As data continues to grow in size and complexity, counsel must ask themselves what aspects of their current workload could be conducted more efficiently and cost-effectively using new or different approaches. As such, organizations are increasingly taking a hard look at how to optimize their in-house expertise, e-discovery cost structure and process efficiencies with third-party e-discovery support.

The Shared Services Model

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Randall Burrows

Randy Burrows is the chief executive responsible for the operational performance of Xerox Litigation Services, including the overall management of more than 400 employees and...

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