The most expensive part of any
lawsuit is the discovery phase. Particularly in the era of big data, where
every document might potentially be key to a case, organizations need cost-effective
ways to meet their document production requirements while keeping legal
expenses under control. Autonomy’s eDiscovery software
the entire Electronic Discovery Reference Model, with tools that issue and
enforce litigation hold notices, expedite electronic document processing,
rapidly analyze collected data, enable efficient document review, automatically
tag documents using Meaning Based Coding, and speed production of data into the
desired format for delivery.
Find out how to protect your
company’s collected data and your bottom line with two Autonomy Education
courses: Autonomy Legal Hold (ALH)
and Autonomy eDiscovery 7.5 (AED).
The one-day ALH course focuses on managing cases,
identifying data custodians at the case level, and creating workflows to notify
those custodians of litigation holds, preserve their data in place to prevent
its destruction, and automate collection of relevant documents. Register now.
three-day course for legal users. Day 1 focuses on administrators who need to
set up and organize projects, modules and personnel for document review and
production. Day 2 trains supervisory legal users who will be responsible for
managing review projects and productions. Day 3 is for end users who will be reviewing
for relevance or privilege and redacting documents. All exercises include
hands-on labs to ensure thorough understanding of course lessons. Register now.