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As eDiscovery gains a higher profile in the mainstream news and on the corporate radar, there is a strong desire on the part of corporate executives to reduce both costs and risk. We at eDiscovery Journal believe that the way to accomplish both goals without sacrificing legal defensibility is to approach eDiscovery as a manageable, repeatable business process. This report will examine the components of the eDiscovery process and the role of various constituents (e.g. Corporate legal, law firm, service provider) within that process. It will also explore how technology and service solutions can support managing eDiscovery and the trends that affect decision making, such as the emergence of more integrated eDiscovery platforms.

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