Extract from Doug Austin's article "Here’s a Terrific Listing of eDiscovery Workstream Processes and Tasks: eDiscovery Best Practices"
Let’s face it – workflows and workstreams in eDiscovery are as varied as organizations that conduct eDiscovery itself. Every organization seems to do it a little bit differently, with a different combination of tasks, methodologies and software solutions than anyone else. But, could a lot of organizations improve their eDiscovery workstreams? Sure. Here’s a resource (that you probably already know well) which could help them do just that.
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