eDiscovery is a thriving field and organizations are now choosing between Inhouse and Outsourced teams. Inhouse eDiscovery enables an organisation to perform all the eDiscovery stages using companies resources, whereas outsourced eDiscovery transfers the eDiscovery process to an external vendor.
International Privacy laws change the way we can transfer files and work on projects. These laws can be challenges that need workarounds and have the potential to effect cases.
Electronically Stored Information (ESI) is the information that is created and stored in a digital format. Writings, emails, text messages, credit card information all come under ESI. Data collection or data acquisition is one of the most important steps in the entire process of eDiscovery. Therefore, establishing a proper ESI data collection process is the most important feature of any eDiscovery endeavor.
Today in the digital age technology is becoming more and more important. Not only in our daily lives but in our work lives. Attorneys now use technology to make their cases easier and further develop solid evidence.
The growing demand for the security of legal data during the process of eDiscovery is expected to increase the demand for eDiscovery software among large and small enterprises. eDiscovery was once only a small part of the litigation field. However, now it has moved to the center stage as a primary component. It would not be an exaggeration to say that most litigations and law enforcement, now function on eDiscovery, that is enabled by technology – software and infrastructure.