A fight over discovery burdens pits vendor against vendor in a battle over TAR's capabilities and whether it should cost $1.3 million
Failure to properly validate data—or to recognize data errors—can lead to months of delay, cost overruns, and potential malpractice. When data validation goes wrong, who is responsible?
Logikcull’s 2019 eDiscovery Billing and Cost Recovery Survey gathers data from over 100 law firms to see how they are reducing write-offs, recouping discovery spend, and dealing with client pushback.
When vendor pricing leads to excessive discovery costs, who bears the burden? A recent case offers an important reminder that, far too often, excessive discovery costs can stand in the way of justice.
Improving your billing process is not impossible, and a implementing best practices can help reduce write-offs, improve cost recovery, and, ultimately, lead to more satisfied clients and attorneys.
The matrix is a straight-forward way to evaluate clients—and tailor your cost-recovery strategy to match, whether you're dealing with frequent, well-funded litigants or the most cost-sensitive clients
When it comes to pricing legal software and services, what goes into that calculus? And how can companies keep their mission and customers’ interests central to that determination? Find out here.
Earlier this year, the Supreme Court ruled in a copyright infringement case that e-discovery expenses can’t be recovered by prevailing parties according to the federal statute that allows costs to be…