For motivated in-house teams, significant cost reductions can be achieved by bringing more of the discovery process in house, and there’s little to stand in the way.
In a single matter, one two-attorney firm brought in $60,000 in DIY discovery services—and recovered those hours directly from opposing, whose discovery errors ended in cost-shifting sanctions.
A Baker Donelson shareholder gives an insider's view on how the firm innovates on everyday matters, where the benefits of a powerfully simple approach quickly compound.
Over a year ago, Baker Donelson had the foresight to reimagine their discovery process. Today, the firm is better positioned than ever to help clients focus their legal spend on the case merits.
Join an expert panel as we discuss impacts of COVID-19 on litigation and the legal industry, what challenges firms might face, and what changes we can expect in the near future and long term.
The future of discovery is DIY. More & more firms are implementing simple, powerful technology that increases adoption, allows for the better allocation of resources, & reduces time, cost & overhead.
The pricing models behind discovery technology make three enormous mistakes: they punish users for data; they punish users for inactivity; they punish users for usage.
Necessity, as they say, is the mother of invention. And it’s pushing many in the legal industry to reimagine the way they do discovery—and what they pay for it.