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Early Case Assessment

The Way eDiscovery Should be Done…

Pre-Processing Analytics Can Reduce Data Volume Before Processing and Review

It wasn’t that long ago when litigators spent as little time as possible working with data in the early phases of a case.  The goal used to be to limit the cost of litigation during the early phases of the case (sometimes right up until trial) so actually performing analysis on the Electronically Stored Information […]

Using Data Mapping Visualizations to Improve Early Case Assessment

The Issue This is the third part in a series of blogs on Day One Hour One Analytics that improve the results of Early Case Assessment.   The earlier that key information is identified, the better lawyers are able to develop a legal strategy that is based on documents and not on supposition. Improving both the […]

Intelligent Search™”as an ECA Tool and Why it Should be Used by Your Litigation Team

The Issue This is the second part in a series of blogs on Day One Hour One Analytics that improve the results of Early Case Assessment.   The focus of this blog will be on one of the fundamental features of TAR, search technology.  Improving both the implementation and effectiveness of TAR tools are areas on […]

How Improved Software System Design can Accelerate Early Case Assessment

The Issue The point of eDiscovery is to review the relevant documents and find those that help you prove your case. The advantage of knowing more about a corpus fast can hardly be overstated.  The outcome of a case can be heavily influenced by what gets decided in the Meet and Confer.  Going into the […]

Early Case Assessment is Improved When Lawyering is Moved Further Upstream: It Improves the Meet and Confer

Hi, Jeff Parkhurst again, from Cavo Legal here to talk to you today about the advantages of moving lawyering “Upstream” in the Early Case Assessment process. The Issue Times have changed; data has grown more complicated and voluminous and judges are beginning to enforce the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, particularly 26(f) regarding the expectations […]

Move your eDiscovery to the Amazon Cloud…Reduce Costs, Save Time and Keep Data Secure… The Future is Now

The Issue The rising cost of owning and maintaining server capacity has forced many firms to look closely at the long held belief that computer infrastructure should always be controlled from within.  Many firms are looking at the math and concluding that these costs are very high and very difficult to recover from clients.  Most […]

Using Synthetic Documents During Early Case Assessment Provides Powerful Search Options

The Issue Locating a series of important documents can take days if not weeks (or longer) using more traditional methods of Search.  The volume of documents to be reviewed can be daunting and it is difficult to imagine the best way to gain insights in the corpus of “Disorganized Information” when there are so many […]

Prioritized Review – Redux. New Tools, Same Process

At the risk of aging myself I would like to start this discussion with some statements for the sake of clarity.  When I first entered the legal field, everything was done using paper copies (not because we wanted to, but because there was no other alternative); in fact the first computer index summaries to help […]

Use Technology to Set Your Law Firm Apart from the Pack

In today’s increasingly competitive marketplace, law firms are constantly looking for ways to set themselves apart from the competition in order to attract and retain clients as well a operate more efficiently.  Clearly the quality and experience of the legal staff is of paramount importance to potential clients, but what else can a firm do […]

The Multiple Roles of Early Data Assessment and Why Lawyers Can’t Afford to Ignore It Anymore

Early Data Assessment (sometimes confused with Early Case Assessment) used to be viewed by many in the litigation world as a luxury that could only be implemented by those involved in large corporate cases with huge litigation budgets.  It was expensive to implement, complicated to understand and didn’t appear to be “required” by any court […]