Extract from Colin Houghton’s article “5 Tips for Optimizing Your Ediscovery Process”
Whether you’ve already built an efficient ediscovery process or you’re looking to create one from the ground up, your approach should be an ever-evolving one that takes into consideration new data trends, best practices, compliance regulations and more. It’s something to be honed and optimized over time, rather than put into place and stuck to year after year.
Back in 2018, Zapproved put out the Corporate Ediscovery Benchmarking Report and found that 54% of organizations say that their top ediscovery priority is streamlining and modernizing operations. We still hear that today. With a process as multi-faceted as ediscovery however, it can be daunting to think of where to start, so we’ve outlined a few quick tips to help get you on your way.
The Tried and True Legal Hold
If you’re implementing a new ediscovery process or refining your current approach, the one thing to optimize if you change nothing else, is to implement a modern automated legal hold solution that can easily issue, track, and enforce legal holds.