Protect Your Company's Reputation with Technology & Best Practices in Today's Complex E-Discovery Environment

Kevin Clem
Managing Director

Bobbi Basile recently participated on a distinguished webcast panel exploring how standardizing e-discovery processes supported by metrics, role clarity and technology can protect a company's brand while also reducing its legal spend.  According to Exterro's 2015 Federal Judges Survey on E-Discovery Best Practices and Trends, many legal professionals need significant improvement in the area of e-discovery. Not only do many legal teams lack the knowledge to adequately advise on e-discovery issues, they open up their clients or organizations to unnecessary risks, increased legal spend and reputational harm. To prevent mistakes from being made, legal directors and inside counsel need a strategy for aligning the various stakeholders (clerks, paralegals, attorneys, service providers and law firms) and putting in place the right checks and balances to mitigate e-discovery dangers.

The webcast can be viewed on demand here:  http://www.exterro.com/e-discovery-specialist-series/legal-director

The panelists co-authored a white paper entitled, "Why Legal Directors Are Bringing E-Discovery In House”exploring reasons legal directors are insourcing e-discovery and provides best practices for optimizing e-discovery processes.

To further assist Legal Directors, download The Legal Director's Corporate E-Discovery Strategy Checklist, a must have for any legal executive in today's electronic information age. Simply reference this list to make your e-discovery activities efficient and defensible for your organization. 

Download this checklist to learn:

·   Tips to establish a standardized e-discovery process that will prevent mistakes

·   What policies/tasks must be included from information governance through production to stay defensible

·   Best practices for limiting legal spend within e-discovery activities