On a typical day, Ryan Williams, J.D., a document reviewer for Daegis, sees about 1,000-1,500 files cross his desk. In this blog post, he draws from professional experience to discuss common pitfalls of managed document review, how to avoid them and how tools can affect a reviewer’s pace. Describe the Daegis onboarding process for a [...]Continue Reading
How do you choose the right managed document review provider? Find out in our #MDRchat Twitter chat.
With today’s high eDiscovery stakes, the right managed document review partner can make the difference between a project’s success and failure. But with such a crowded playing field, how do you determine if a vendor truly has what it takes to deliver the results you need? Does it matter where the review is conducted? What [...]Continue Reading
Most document reviews seem to include “unexpected” requirements that cause drama that is tragic and comic at the same time. Things like new deadlines, supplemental productions or rolling productions adding an extra element of urgency or surprise that only heighten the drama. To help you negotiate this minefield I offer you a Document Review Tool [...]Continue Reading
With new trends constantly emerging like big data and mobile discovery, eDiscovery technology must advance to keep ahead of the ever-expanding needs of legal professionals. During the past 10 months, Daegis has met this demand by releasing significant functional enhancements in our eDiscovery platform, Daegis Edge: Daegis Acumen™, the first and most comprehensive technology assisted [...]Continue Reading
Cooperation, TAR and the Left-Hand Side of the EDRM – A Recap of Leading Conversations at the 2013 Carmel Valley eDiscovery Retreat
Sometimes for a company that you love, you have to make sacrifices. In this case, it meant leaving my home base in foggy San Francisco to visit a gorgeous retreat on the beach and present with some of the leading minds in eDiscovery. The 2013 Carmel Valley eDiscovery Retreat hosted more than 125 attendees representing [...]Continue Reading