Extract from Exterro's "A Beginner's Guide to Early Case Assessment: Demystifying the Ambiguity around ECA"
If you can get a handle on legal matters earlier in the e-discovery process, you can make better decisions about budgets, timelines, and even case strategy. Early case assessment (ECA) is a process you can (and should) use to do this, but it can be confusing to know where to start, as ECA means different things to different legal professionals.
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Answers to questions about why and how ECA can help you determine case strategy early in legal matters
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