By Chuck Kellner, SVP, Advisory and Engineering Group
6 steps to nailing the eDiscovery interview and ensuring the most cost-effective review and proportionate discovery response
With all the advanced technologies available to us, a good client interview still provides the single big advantage in saving money and managing the risks of eDiscovery. Besides getting a good idea about the facts of your case and the value of potential witnesses, a good client interview helps to achieve a cost-effective review and a proportionate discovery response. Along the way you can assess and manage many of the risks associated with under- or over-inclusion. You can develop the defensibility you may need to ward off challenges to preservation and scope.
As a service provider we perform a lot of intake on new electronic discovery projects. We see the difference between legal teams who have thoroughly interviewed custodians and IT staff, and those who either have not, or if they have, they didn’t ask many questions about ESI in any quantified or documented way.
In this whitepaper you will learn 6 expert tips to remember for your next eDiscovery client interview. Download your free copy now.