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In my article “Term Mutations: ECA and EDA Get Murky” published at LawTechnologyNews.com, I advocated for reclaiming the definition of early case assessment (ECA) as a process for developing an overall litigation strategy. ECA best understood incorporates early data assessment (EDA), but is not synonymous with it. Space considerations ruled out a detailed primer on ECA and EDA in the article. This post will cover the how-to of early data assessment and a future post will look at early case assessment.
New London, Conn. – May 28, 2015 – QDiscovery LLC, a premier provider of electronic discovery and forensic technology services, today announced that Helen Geib, its general counsel, will be the featured presenter for the Minneapolis chapter of Women in eDiscovery on June 11.
Geib will give a talk titled “Rediscovering the Value of Early Case Assessment (ECA) and Early Data Assessment (EDA).” During the presentation, she will share strategies and best practices for learning about a case and the client’s ESI at the outset of a matter. She will also review how to leverage that knowledge to make informed decisions that improve eDiscovery defensibility and cut costs.
New London, Conn. – May 12, 2015 – QDiscovery LLC, a premier provider of electronic discovery and forensic technology services, today announced that its general counsel Helen Geib will present for two chapters of Women in eDiscovery – Chicago (May 21) and St. Louis (May 28).
Titled “Rediscovering the Value of Early Case Assessment (ECA) and Early Data Assessment (EDA),” Geib’s luncheon presentation will explore strategies for learning about a case and the client’s ESI at the outset of a matter and how to leverage that knowledge to make informed decisions that improve defensibility and cut costs.
Women in e-Discovery (WiE) provides educational opportunities regarding technology in the legal industry. The organization, which offers networking and promotes the personal and professional growth of women, has more than 5,000 members in 30 chapters nationwide.