Listen to Karl Schieneman, Director of Analytics and Review with JurInnov, and e-discovery pioneer Scott Carlson, founder and leader of the e-discovery practice group at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, as they discuss the role risk assessment plays in how clients approach electronic discovery. We talk about the different stages of an e-discovery project including records management, e-discovery readiness, litigation holds/collections, data culling and processing, early case assessment, types of review strategies, and review tools.
Different clients take different approaches to e-discovery. What approaches work well and what can go wrong? What is the level of risk clients really face and accept when choosing between the different approaches and ways to attack electronic discovery?