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Monthly Archives: May 2021

Myth 4 – eDiscovery is too costly and complicated

May 26th, 2021

Too often I hear “I just find eDiscovery so complex and frustrating and usually turns out to be more expensive than I expected”. Ironically this is the rationale of why many do not embrace eDiscovery software or invest the time at the outset of the matter. But it does not have to be this way. […]

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Myth 3 – The matter is too late for eDiscovery software

May 19th, 2021

Far too often parties turn their minds to the practical requirements of discovery far too late in the process, including if they are to use eDiscovery software. It is not unusual for lawyers to consider eDiscovery only when they are about to (or want to) turn documents into an electronic format to comply with court […]

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Myth 2 – The matter is too small for eDiscovery software

May 12th, 2021

Far too often when it comes to eDiscovery, the perception is that eDiscovery software is only suitable for large matters. This is simply not the case ! The rationale is usually that this is the way that discovery has always been approached. “We have never used eDiscovery software before, and should be able to get […]

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Myth 1 – Using non-eDiscovery tools for eDiscovery

May 6th, 2021

“Why do we need dedicated eDiscovery software?” This is often a question I am asked, and more than what I would think. I find most of those asking these questions have not had experience with eDiscovery software – and yes, there are still many that have not, or if they have, they have very limited […]

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