Processing data for electronic discovery has evolved over the past 15 or so years in response to the demands of analyzing increasingly large varieties and volumes of electronic evidence in preparation for attorney review and production.
Electronic discovery processing must accommodate a wide variety of unstructured data, handle each form in a manner appropriate to its file type, and generate output that is structured in accordance with review requirements that often vary with law firm practices, client needs and review technology provider specifications. There are many moving parts in each electronic discovery project, and project success is made more difficult by the fact that the target data is always changing. This Node will identify the variables and recommend appropriate methods of addressing each one.
The Processing Node provides an objective and comprehensive view of the features and options of technologies that are available in the market. We will produce cross-vendor and consumer-vetted metrics and benchmarks in the industry today, empowering consumers to make informed decisions.