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Planning and Managing Large Document Reviews In-House for Small to Medium-Sized Law Firms

A boutique firm facing its first ESI intensive matter must have a plan for review at the outset or will inevitably be overwhelmed. There is no “playing catch-up” once data lands in your lap. From ensuring that an ESI order does not turn into a data dump, to coordinating staffing needs, attorneys need to have procedures in place, along with contingency plans, for managing in-house review. This webinar provides an overview of best practices to ensure that the eDiscovery portion of your case is a success. Agenda
  • Planning a Large Document Review
  • Determining Review Methodology
  • Staffing Considerations
  • Tracking and Reporting
  • Production Options and Timeline
  • Practical Tips and Take-Aways

eDiscovery Buyers Guide Reviews Lexbe

 
Brett Burney (Burney Consultants LLC) and Chelsey Lambert (Lex Tech Review) have teamed up to publish the 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide to help solo, small and medium-sized firms find the best eDiscovery solutions to meet their needs. In this video, Brett reviews the Lexbe eDiscovery Platform and explains how it’s unique combination of features and innovative tools help firms take on document-intensive cases.  

Checklist: A Boutique Lawyer’s Guide to Managing Document Intensive Cases

Boutique law firms and lawyers are on the rise and handling an increasing percentage of complex and document-intense cases. Practicing in a boutique firm is primarily a lifestyle choice with the firm attorneys preferring a smaller firm practice environment, while still supporting what was previously exclusively a large firm practice. But as boutique firms want to run ‘lean and mean’ they usually do not have or want the committed software infrastructure or personnel overhead that big law firms support. This checklist addresses ways that attorneys in boutique law firms handling document-intensive or complex cases can have cutting edge eDiscovery and document management tools and avoid being out-gunned by larger firms.

Best Practices to Avoid Missing Key Evidence in Large Document Reviews

How Indexing and Search can Make or Break Your Case.

As the size of document collections continue to explode, finding the evidence needle in the electronically stored information (ESI) haystack is more challenging than ever. Understanding the latest tools, indexing techniques, and features associated with eDiscovery search will allow you to conduct a highly effective review while still delivering your production on time. The webinar discusses best practices in advanced search methodology with a focus on practically applying these tools to ensure your data is fully indexed, completely searchable and enables you to quickly and accurately access the evidence you need. Agenda
  • Overview of Modern Search and eDiscovery Indexing Technologies
  • Basic and Advanced Search Options in Use Today
  • Search Indexing ‘Gotchas’
  • Pitfalls of Relying Solely on Image-Based OCR Indexing
  • Why Native Extraction Alone is Ineffective
  • Complexities of Working with Foreign Language & Translated Text
  • Optimal Search with a Concatenated Indexing Approach
  • Takeaways

eDiscovery Buyers Guide Interviews Lexbe CEO, Gene Albert

Brett Burney interviews Gene Albert from Lexbe at Legaltech / LegalWeek 2019. They discuss how the Lexbe platform serves a variety of litigation scenarios for law firms of all sizes as well as in-house legal departments. Gene and Brett also discuss the features found in Lexbe including Integrated Messaging+ and the Uber Index.    

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