8 Simple Search Steps

8 Simple Search Steps to Win Your Case: eDiscovery Webinars

That’s a bold statement, can that really be true? Well, this recent webinar from Avansic discusses how 8 simple search steps can enable you to efficiently find the evidence you need to make or refute claims in the case, so yes, it can!

The webinar eDiscovery Bootcamp: Win Your Case With 8 Simple Search Steps was conducted by two well respected veterans of the industry: Dr. Gavin Manes of Avansic and Ian Campbell of iCONECT. In the webinar, they discuss how to locate documents in an eDiscovery project successfully, which is what you need to either win your case or obtain the most favorable outcome in it.

Gavin and Ian discuss the goals of searching and walk-through the search logic, compound searches, best practices for more targeted searching and what you can do with the results. They show some hands-on examples using iCONECT. They even walk-through differences in syntax between various search engines, like dtSearch, Office 365 and Lucene! And they do it all in an efficient 43 minutes!

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So, can 8 simple search steps help you win your case? Yes, if you understand how to perform them effectively! Check out their webinar here. It’s just one more click and you need to know this stuff to be successful in eDiscovery!

So, what do you think? Do you know the 8 simple search steps described above? If not, check out the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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