Given the litigious nature of the marketplace and the disclosure and transparency responsibilities facing most organizations
, no one at the front lines of their business can afford not to be well-versed about what e-discovery
actually is and how it is actually conducted in a legal environment.
The days of simply being able to hand off all of your e-discovery “problems” to a third-party has become less feasible due to exorbitant costs and increased legal risk
associated with relinquishing control of information and discovery activities.
As such, organizations are desperate to find ways in which they can regain control of their internal processes in general – and e-discovery in particular – and minimize their costs and level of risk