I see what they did there! If you’re getting soaked by eDiscovery costs, join this webinar with three terrific experts who will discuss a notable recent case and what we can learn from it!
Tomorrow, join experts from Redgrave LLP, Insight Optix and X1 at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT) as they discuss ways to Avoid Getting Soaked by eDiscovery Costs: A Study of Raine Group v. Reign Capital.
Join discovery scoping, collection, and proportionality experts as they discuss the Raine Group v. Reign Capital case (link to the case as covered by eDiscovery Today here). Using this case as a backdrop, the panel will provide practical guidance on how a few simple modifications to your eDiscovery strategy can optimize your workflow to provide early insight in identifying and prioritizing custodians and data, quickly target and collect key evidence, and give you the upper hand in negotiating a reasonable discovery plan.
In this conversational webinar, the panelists will explore:
- Early case assessment like you’ve never seen it before
- The permission slip no one is taking advantage of
- New mechanisms to target and collect only the data you need and decrease disputes
- Martin Tully, Partner, Redgrave LLP
- John Patzakis, Executive Chairman & CLO, X1
- Mandi Ross, CEO, Insight Optix
More data. More data. Always more data. How can corporations and their counsel reduce eDiscovery costs when the amount of data continues to grow exponentially and remote workforces are dispersing data like never before? Click here to register and find out, either live or later on-demand! Stop getting soaked by eDiscovery costs!
So, what do you think? Are you getting soaked by eDiscovery costs? If so, join the webinar! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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