Being prepared for litigation can help an organization’s legal teams, including
in-house legal staff and outside counsel, collaborate more effectively to meet significant
challenges. These challenges include containing the significant costs of large-scale
document reviews as well as risks that include disruptions to business and possible
sanctions for noncompliance.
Canon Business Process Services (CBPS) offers two essential elements that can help
legal teams become better prepared. The first is the Unified eDiscovery Platform.
Its structure encompasses four strategic, interdependent business processes: records
management, eDiscovery, paper discovery and compliance. The benefit of this approach
is that it helps advance enterprise-wide readiness for discovery of all electronic
and paper data.
The second element that can enhance litigation preparedness is our CaseData™ online
document review system. CaseData streamlines collaborative document review with
an intuitive interface and advanced functionality that enables legal professionals
to team more effectively to manage projects more easily. Users securely access the
system’s Web-based repository to search millions of documents quickly. CaseData
speeds up identifying and organizing all types of case-relevant data, separating
records in seconds and classifying documents for redaction and annotation.
These two essential elements, along with our other litigation support services,
enable CBPS to act as a powerful partner in preparing an organization to meet the
most complex and demanding discovery challenges.
This white paper outlines how to develop a planned, unified, systematic approach to records management and discovery.
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