The Benefits of Subscription Based eDiscovery
As data volumes and eDiscovery costs continue to rise at alarming levels, it is important to understand how a subscription based pricing model can lead to significant eDiscovery cost savings. Estimated to save between 10% and 25% on processing, hosting and managed review services, a subscription based model allows for cost predictability, flexibility, scalability and stronger client relationships.
Written by three leading eDiscovery and data management experts, Ashish Prasad, Todd Haley and Vazantha Meyers, this white paper covers:
- Current global eDiscovery spend
- Spending reduction options
- The industry standard for pricing of eDiscovery services
- Price reduction available through a subscription approach
- An overview of the services provided through a subscription based program
About the authors
Ashish Prasad, Esq., Vice President and General Counsel, eTERA Consulting
Ashish is a leading expert on the law and practice of eDiscovery. He is a former Litigation Partner and Chair of the Electronic Discovery and Records Management Practice at Mayer Brown LLP, the author of several treatises and dozens of articles on discovery topics, and the teacher of hundreds of legal education seminars over the past decade on topics of eDiscovery.
Todd Haley, Vice President, Business Intelligence, eTERA Consulting
Todd is an expert on the technology of eDiscovery. He is the former Chief Technology Officer of a major law firm, and has over two decades of experience managing the technology, business process and other aspects of eDiscovery and data management engagements.
Vazantha Meyers, Managing Director of Rev1ew One, eTERA Consulting
Vazantha Meyers is responsible for all aspects of eTERA’s Rev1ew One™ service offerings, from consultation on best eDiscovery practices to analysis and production of documents. She manages client relationships, providing both expert guidance and rapid response. Vazantha directs large teams of lawyers on legal reviews for a variety of clients, including law firms and corporations.