The Workstream of eDiscovery: Considering Processes and Tasks

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The Workstream of eDiscovery

Based on an aggregation of research from leading eDiscovery educators, developers, and providers, the following eDiscovery Processes and Tasks listing may be helpful in planning and consummating business and technology engagements related to the discipline of eDiscovery. The processes and tasks highlighted in this listing are not all inclusive and represent only one of a myriad of approaches to eDiscovery.


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  • Haslam, A. (2018). eDisclosure Systems – Buyers Guide. 6th ed. [ebook] Allvision Computing. Available at: [Accessed 12 May 2018].
  • Losey, R. (2018). e-Discovery Team ®. [online] e-Discovery Team ®. Available at: [Accessed 12 May 2018].
  • Macauley, C. (2016). Forensic Matters: Further advances in TAR. [online] KordaMentha. Available at: [Accessed 12 May 2018].
  • Socha, G. and Gelbmann, T. (2005). Electronic Discovery Reference Model. [online] Available at: [Accessed 12 May 2018].

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