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2019 Inc. 5000 eDiscovery Enablers

In 1982, Inc.┬ábegan showcasing 500 of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States and publishing them as part of an Inc. 500 listing. Twenty-five years later the showcase list was expanded to include 5,000 companies and rechristened as the Inc. 5000. This year’s Inc. 5000┬ácontains a variety of national businesses to include several leading eDiscovery enablers.

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[Legal Education Webcast] How Corporate eDiscovery Programs Improve Efficiencies and Reduce Cost

Corporations faced with substantial eDiscovery requirements often lack the basic components of a corporate eDiscovery program, which prevents them from achieving efficiencies and reducing costs with respect to eDiscovery. In this educational and instructional presentation, our expert panelists will explain how to design and implement a corporate electronic discovery program for use in litigation, investigation and compliance matters.

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The eDisclosure Systems Buyers Guide – 2019 Edition (Andrew Haslam)

Authored by industry expert Andrew Haslam, the eDisclosure Buyers Guide is the most comprehensive and definitive resource available for data discovery and legal discovery professionals seeking to understand and evaluate eDisclosure-related services and products.

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[Legal Education Webcast] Apples, Oranges, and eDiscovery Pricing

This expert presentation led by industry eDiscovery experts Ashish Prasad and Todd Haley will help industry professionals understand and more appropriately consider the pros and cons of different models of pricing for eDiscovery services in the areas of forensics, processing, hosting, review, and consulting.

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Objectifying the Subjective: Evaluating eDiscovery Vendor Viability

This updated article highlights one approach to evaluating the selection of eDiscovery vendors that may help decision makers by providing an objective framework useful for the competitive comparison and contrasting of subjective evaluation elements. While the components and ratings used in the approach may be adjusted and weighted based on the experiences and preference of evaluators, the framework is beneficial for ensuring a holistic evaluation process for determining vendor viability.