Increasing volumes of electronically stored information (ESI) in litigation have created the need for highly specialized document management systems to organize and manage discovery review. Though litigation databases have existed for many years, there are more options than ever for legal professionals to choose from that can deliver faster and more cost effective document reviews. All this while still including the most advanced eDiscovery and case management functionality available.
- Why is litigation document management needed?
- Identify 7 distinct stages of litigation document management
- Planning and Collection
- Culling and Early Case Analysis
- ESI Processing
- Document Review
- Document Production
- Depositions and Motion Practice
- Trial and Appeal
About the Speaker
Stu Van Dusen is an eDiscovery solutions consultant with Lexbe, and a frequent speaker and writer on litigation technology. He has his MS Technology Commercialization from UT Austin, and his BS in Business Administration & Management from Trinity University.