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.
Now, more than ever before, legal professionals must move away from traditional discovery processes & adapt to a world where communications are scattered across multiple platforms & media types.
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Lawyers, being lawyers, have been fighting over eDiscovery since eDiscovery first became “a thing.” So it's no wonder that a parody letter from "Fighty, McFighty & Williams" reads like the real deal.
Advances in technology promise to make it easy to find relevant documents in massive amounts of data. But unsustainable pricing keeps those benefits out of reach, as a recent case shows.
The report shows how instant discovery is disrupting an industry, bringing predictability and powerful simplicity to a process that is often characterized by complexity and uncertainty.
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.