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  • Six Major "Hidden" Cost Drivers in Discovery - Part II

    We have identified six different hidden costs in the e-discovery process: (1) substantive errors, (2) duplication of effort, (3) lack of strategic planning, (4) inefficient work flow, (5) staff turnover, and (6) failure to properly substitute.  In our last post we set out the e-discovery “cost equation” along with the first three e-discovery cost drivers—costs arising from common mistakes that increase the number of hours it takes to complete a project. In Part II, we will discuss the final three, and identify the greatest “hidden” cost of all.

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  • Setting a Common Foundation -- a "People Primer"

    In order to innovate, save money, and get value out of your discovery process, it is important to know the typical players and process. These first few posts will help set a common foundation on some basic e-discovery concepts on which we can build in future posts.

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  • So You’re Being Sued in Colorado State Court (Civil): 10 Things To Know

    If it is your first time litigating a case in Colorado state court then you will be facing a learning curve. While experienced, thoughtful Colorado counsel is your best guide to navigating the local terrain, we hope these questions and answers will help orient you to the courts in the Centennial State.

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  • 10 Questions to Ask Your Outside Counsel (e-Discovery Edition) – Part I

    In our last post in this series we discussed four ways to tackle the hidden costs of e-discovery. Building on that, we will now discuss a list of questions you should be asking your law firm before discovery begins.

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