Chances are, if you’re a junior to mid-level attorney in a securities litigation practice, you’ve been staffed on a significant internal or governmental investigation, and you’ve been asked to manage the document discovery. You quickly realized that discovery would involve the identification, collection, processing, and review of a massive number of electronic documents—yet you were given little or no training on managing an e-discovery project like this. This article aims to help lawyers in this situation better understand how to execute a high-volume e-discovery project and to accomplish the work on time, at a reasonable cost, and with high quality.
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