Exposed E-Discovery Counsel Struggle #IN Great Data Waves

E-Discovery Counsel armed with little other than ....

eDiscovery Counsel may be armed with little more than...

Exposed Counsel?

It seems that eDiscovery currently depends on counsel’s ability to run into a great 100 meter high wave of data, pull out a few liters of water and present it to a judge or jury with the assistance of ‘modern’ E-Discovery tools that provide cover equivalent to a Speedo bathing suit and not much else.

Counsel Struggles in Great Data Waves

eDiscovery Counsel struggles with Great Data Waves

eDiscovery Counsel struggles with Great Data Waves

Massive amounts of electronic data must be harvested, processed and analyzed, sometimes in databases that span countries or continents–a costly and time consuming process.Applying our datamining experience illustrates a better, cooler and faster approach to eDiscovery by using tools that help the content declare whether it is important in your eDiscovery work by employing the concept of Resonance and SpeedSynch Resonance Maps.

Overview of Discovery
Under the law of the United States, civil discovery is wide-ranging and can involve any material which is “reasonably calculated to lead to admissible evidence.” This is a much broader standard than relevance, because it contemplates the exploration of evidence which might be relevant, rather than evidence which is actually relevant.

‘Might be Relevent’
The notion of extending eDiscovery to data or content that ‘might be relevent’ is interesting and tends to increase size scope and time in eDiscovery projects as there is no end in sight with ‘might’.

Relevent Scenarios
When an action is launched by a plaintiff the experience of the defending counsel or previous cases usually offer a range of scenarios as a potential outcome of the action.

Working backwards from the outcome scenarios to access the data that would enable their manifestation would reduce eDiscovery time, cost and stress by up to 80%. Plaintiff’s, defendants, counsel and the assets they apply to eDiscovery are focused. 

The Great eDiscovery Data Wave
When you start your E-Discovery project do you feel like your are looking up at a great wave of data about to sweep you away?

Resonance Matters

SpeedSynch Resonance Maps facilitate the employment of a Scenario based E-Discovery approach and SpeedSynch Resonance Maps allow content or data that matches scenarios to float up to the attention of eDiscovery project teams.

Join us to explore the use of Scenario based eDiscovery and the use of SpeedSynch Resonance Maps–help cover your Counsel so that they can do their job better!

Cheers,
Nick @SpeedSynch @ResonantView  nick@scenario2.com

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