Oct 18, 2012
Under mounting cost pressures, corporations and law firms are increasingly “in-sourcing” certain aspects of e-discovery using do-it-yourself (DIY) and service provider choices now available in the marketplace. How does an enterprise determine if it can better manage costs, increase control over discovery, and handle in-sourced technology and talent with these options? Which aspects of e-discovery are best left to outside counsel? What is the right mix of in-sourcing and use of outside counsel?
Guest 1: Jonathan D. Rudolph
Title: eDiscovery Manager and Staff Attorney, C.R. Bard
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