Measuring Results: Surpassing Legal Compliance

1 hour 13 mins

This course examines the role of metrics in the eDiscovery process; what types of metrics are used, how they are obtained, and why they are important.

Class Outline:
  • Measuring Results: Surpassing Legal Compliance 1 hour 13 mins
    • The Faculty
    • What Are Metrics?
    • Types of Metrics
    • What Kind of Data Can Metrics Measure?
    • Volume
    • Time/Speed
    • Cost
    • Why Are Metrics Important?
    • How Are Metrics Gathered?
    • Using Metrics in the eDiscovery Workflow
    • Budgeting
    • Collection
    • Processing
    • Determing Undue Burden
    • Review
    • Production
    • Post-Production
    • Vendors & Other 3rd Parties
    • Uniform Task-Based Management Systems & Billing Codes
    • Measuring Success
Class Readings:
  • Basaldu v. Goodrich Corp..pdf
  • Benson v. Sanford Health.pdf
  • Branhaven, LLC v. Beeftek, Inc..pdf
  • Chen-Oster v. Goldman, Sachs & Co..pdf
  • Clay c. Consol. Pa. Coal. Co..pdf
  • EEOC v. McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Rests., Inc..pdf
  • EORHB. Inc. v. HOA Holdings, LLC.pdf
  • Logtale, Ltd. C. IKOR, Inc..pdf
  • Robinson v. City of Arkansas City, Kansas.pdf
  • Smith v. Life Investors Ins. Co. of Am..pdf
  • Tayadon v. Geyhound Lines, Inc..pdf
  • Measuring Results - Surpassing Legal Compliance.pdf
Course Comments
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Charles Becoat   |   03/23/2017

Properly tracking metrics and UNTBS are best practices.

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Lee Holcomb   |   11/02/2016

Enjoyed the course and the different perspectives on the use of Metrics!

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this online video course are those of the individual faculty members
and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any organization, corporate entity, law firm, government agency or the Electronic Discovery Institute.