Checklist for Effective Discovery Reporting
Reporting is rarely discussed but it is one of the most critical parts of the eDiscovery process. Reporting is the way you tell the story of your data. It provides an audit trail of what you’ve done to date. It offers a competitive advantage, since the more you know about what you have, the better you can understand your position. And when reporting is done early and often, it’s the best way to ensure that what you’re doing is as accurate and complete as possible. Despite its importance, lack of quality reporting continues to plague the legal discovery industry. Courts, however, are asking for more visibility into the discovery process and are expecting more detailed information, faster. This checklist will help you evaluate the reporting capabilities of eDiscovery solutions to help you ensure that you have your reporting bases covered.
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