How to create a corporate e-discovery readiness program (Part 5)

A corporation may build e-discovery product bench strength with the right technology assessment plan

It should come as no surprise that the technologies used to support e-discovery projects are a key component of an e-discovery readiness program. In this article, we will address considerations for selecting the appropriate products and the decisions that may drive the deployment of technology in e-discovery projects.

If you’ve not had the pleasure of a conference Gauntlet, you have missed a half-thousand e-discovery product sales teams that want to make your acquaintance. Don’t despair, the persistent hundred will find you. And the others will be bought by those hundred next year anyway. If you did venture through, wearing your badge and bravely seeking the latest and greatest, you may have since established a vendor response protocol with your assistant and discovered your spam filter.

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Bobbi Basile

Bobbi Basile brings nearly 25 years of experience in the legal and records management industries, delivering strategic operations and technology services to Fortune 500 legal...

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Susan Nielsen Hammond

Susan Nielsen Hammond is AGC, SVP of Records Administration, e-discovery and Forensics for Regions Financial Corporation.

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Amor A. Esteban

As a partner of Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P., Amor’s expertise in e-discovery, records and information management and data privacy is widely known. In...

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