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Is DIY eDiscovery Right For You?

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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?

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Jonathan D. Rudolph

Jonathan D. Rudolph, eDiscovery Manager and Staff Attorney, C.R. Bard

Jonathan D. Rudolph, J.D., is an attorney in the Law Department of C.R. Bard, Inc., a leading developer, manufacturer, and marketer of medical technologies, headquartered in Murray Hill, N.J., and also serves as the company’s eDiscovery M... More   View all posts

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eDiscovery is a major cost for many industries and a necessary component, especially for highly regulated industries. Many companies have taken to bringing eDiscovery in-house in an attempt to keep costs down. Beyond financial reasons, the business value to doing this is having hands on access to data and the belief that you understand your company... More  

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