For the fourth consecutive year, corporate counsel of Fortune 1000 companies are sharing their thoughts on e-discovery, and this year the focus is on the evolving trends that will impact the legal industry for years to come. From incorporating analytics for greater legal review productivity, to effectively managing a “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) workplace environment, attend this session to learn about where e-discovery is going, and what you can do today to better prepare for these changes.
Fortune 1000 corporate counsel share advice about how corporations manage their e-discovery programs in this annual survey.
Download this report to see new survey results from Fortune 1000 e-discovery experts and benchmark your e-discovery fitness against industry averages.
Learn about where e-discovery is going, and what you can do today to better prepare for these changes.
The first two posts in this series highlighted some fascinating findings from our annual Advice from Counsel study, providing recommendations for the top corporate e-discovery ‘plays’ according to legal departments at Fortune 1000 corporations. Some of the top practices touched on included preservation and collection, when to utilize service providers, tackling the uncertain waters of predictive coding and leveraging data re-use. In addition to the five overarching ‘plays’, the survey respondents also weighed in on other pressing matters that are impacting e-discovery today, and will continue to do so in the near future.