Law firms, corporate legal departments and service providers everywhere are benefiting from the core principles in Project Management in Electronic Discovery. This book outlines how to manage the most costly and time-consuming aspect of litigation, and it will help reduce costs, limit risk and increase the value of discovery services.
For those wanting to better understand how to manage ediscovery projects this book is a great new resource. Drawing on years of practical experience in both project management and e-discovery, it offers guidance to neophytes and experienced practitioners alike.George Socha, Esq., Socha Consulting and co-founder of EDRM
This great book takes an insightful and instructive look at the most important and least discussed part of the discovery process–project management.Tom O’Connor, Senior eDiscovery Consultant
This book is one of the most complete treatments of the project management cycle in managing discovery that I have seen. There have been some books about project management in general, but none that are specific to our industry, and project management in our industry requires unique processes. The discussions around stakeholder identification, process plan and verification are spot on and this is a book for anyone, beginning or seasoned veteran.Robin Athlyn Thompson, CEDS, VP Marketing, BIA