With the growing amount of data and increasing complexity in litigation, law firms are changing the way they handle e-discovery. Many are building or expanding e-discovery practices within their firms, with this shift often driven by members of the litigation support team. After all, these are the people who see the day-to-day challenges.
These litigation support pros have the e-discovery knowledge to find and implement a solution, but many hit a wall when determining where to start, deciding what information to collect for a proposal, or attempting to get the firm’s partners on board.
To build a thriving e-discovery arm, you’ll need a plan tailored to your firm’s needs and goals. To help you get started, we’ve compiled seven tips to prepare for your meeting with the partners.