Archive for February 2013

Upcoming Bay Area CLE: Demystifying Predictive Coding

Predictive Coding (aka, Predictive Ranking, Computer Assisted Review or Black Magic) has been much talked about and even hyped as of late – yet it is rarely truly understood and remains an enigma in the ever dynamic world of ESI management and litigation support. So, what exactly is Predictive Coding? Is Predictive Coding a true…

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Strong Managed Services Offerings Helps TERIS Secure National Account with Top US Healthcare Firm

TERIS announced today that it has entered into new National Services Agreements with a major national healthcare firm. Through the agreement, TERIS will provide end-to-end litigation support services to the firm’s corporate legal department. Primary service offerings will include:  Data Forensics, eDiscovery Processing, Data Hosting, and Professional Project Management and consulting, as well as other…

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4 Steps to Maximizing Your Outsourced eDiscovery Dollar

By Mike Shufeldt, JD | Vice President, Legal Operations Much has been made of the argument as to whether to outsource ediscovery (see Ralph Losey’s excellent article “Five Reasons to Outsource Litigation Support”, Law Technology News, November 2, 2012).  Similarly, an excellent rebuttal was supplied by Bryon Bratcher and Tom Baldwin, “6 Reasons to Insource Litigation…

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How to Choose the best Managed Services Team to suit your needs

There are many benefits to choosing managed services, especially with an eye toward managing high-volume discovery and providing litigation support at a predictable cost. However, as with any enterprise benefit, it’s important to make sure that proper time and research are invested before committing to any provider. Without making sure you’re hiring the right team…

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Insourced vs. Outsourced eDiscovery: Offering Value in Either Scenario

Guest post By Andrew Bayer, CEDS Director of Business Development, TERIS San DiegoABayer@TERIS.com To insource or to outsource, that is the question.  Over the past few years, law firms and corporations alike have faced this crucial decision about handling their respective organization’s eDiscovery matters. The debate seems to be gaining even further traction, with several articles…

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