Helpful Tips for ESI Data Mapping to Reduce E-Discovery Costs

Data Map UpdatedListen to John Collins, a Data mapping consultant, Kelly Twigger, a lawyer and E-Discovery consultant, and Karl Schieneman, Director of Legal Analytics and Review, give some practical advice on how create a data map to prepare for E-Discovery more efficiently. The first step of the legal hold process is identifying your ESI. Listen to our expert panel describe how to do this effectively and common mistakes that can be made and to avoid. An effective data mapping project can result in reduced e-discovery costs and act as an insurance policy against spoliation charges as an example of a company’s good faith efforts to keep track of their ESI for E-Discovery.

Recorded 11/20/2009

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