eDiscovery Buyer’s Guide
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a handbook to explain when and how to use eDiscovery solutions without spending hundreds of thousands of dollars?
For solo, small and mid-sized law firms finding answers to eDiscovery tech questions hasn’t been an easy task.
The eBook will be available at the end of January 2018 to tackle questions such as:
- Are there any solutions that don’t come with IT costs
- When does a case merit the investment in eDiscovery tools?
- What tools can also be used for everyday casework?
- How can I afford tools used by large firms?
- Do I have to work with a consultant?
- Can my law firm benefit from Trial Prep services?
- Who are the go-to consultants that understand boutique law firm litigation?
Combined with additional contributions from several industry experts, our goal is to de-mystify the eDiscovery product landscape.
Solo, small and midsized law firms have been an afterthought for many of the massive eDiscovery providers. Our opinion is because there hasn’t been enough education around what tools would be a good fit for their budget or caseload.
By publishing the guide, we aim to dis-spell the misconceptions around eDiscovery tools, services and costs. To provide use cases, and valuable insights from some of the leading professionals who have worked with the solutions directly.
We couldn’t be more excited about this release!
Comments, and product suggestions are welcome!
Sign up for early access, and mark your calendar for our release in the last week of January.
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“Thanks to Brett’s guidance on document processing, review, and production tools for my small law firm, I was able to save 88% of my costs including attorney time! Not to mention the drastic reduction in headaches and frustrations on my end. This eDiscovery Buyers Guide will be incredibly helpful for solo to mid-sized law firms everywhere!”
Attorney, Slarskey LLC
Brett Burney is Principal of Burney Consultants LLC where he focuses his time on bridging the chasm between the legal the technology frontiers of electronic discovery.
Prior to establishing Burney Consultants, Brett spent five years at the law firm of Thompson Hine LLP in Cleveland, Ohio, where he worked extensively with litigation teams in building electronic document databases, counseling on electronic discovery issues, and managing the technical responsibilities of presenting electronic evidence at trial.
You can e-mail Brett at email@example.com.
Chelsey Lambert is a Legal Technology Specialist, published Author and CLE Speaker. Over the course of more than a decade serving solo, small and mid-sized law firms she has seen the challenges of both selecting technology and training staff how to use it.
As a former Practice Management Advisor for the Chicago Bar Association she has worked with vendors to appropriately price or modify their products to best suit the needs of the solo to mid sized law firm buyer.
Ms. Lambert recently published the nearly 200 page 2017 Legal Technology Buyers Guide, which has been downloaded by thousands of legal professionals all over the world.
After countless requests to issue an eDiscovery specific version, she and Mr. Burney teamed up to deliver the next edition of the Buyers Guide series.
You can email Chelsey at firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow her on Twitter @ChelseyLambert.