Extract from Clinton Sanko’s article “Invitation to a New eDiscovery Manifesto”
How can eDiscovery be better?
This critical question has occupied the vast majority of the Baker Donelson eDiscovery Team’s time and attention for many years.
EDiscovery requires the careful coordination of the substantive law firm, the client’s Information Technology (IT) resources, and the necessary outside service providers that provide technology and staffing support. To make eDiscovery “better” requires the close coordination of these participants, much the same as a construction project requires careful planning and excellent execution.