Falcon’s InsideOut™ News – May 2013

RAND Corporation Study Highlights Savings of Falcon Discovery’s InsideOut™ Model
Falcon Discovery’s InsideOut™ model is uniquely designed to manage the e-discovery process from in-house counsel’s perspective. A recent study published by the RAND Corporation’s Institute for Civil Justice (a nonprofit institution) showed that the average cost to produce one gigabyte of data was $20,000. By implementing the InsideOut™ model, Falcon Discovery’s clients can see an average cost of $8,500 per gigabyte. That’s a 57% savings over industry averages.
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Highlights from the 2013 Annual Conference of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists
As we have done every year since the inception of this industry-leading conference, Falcon’s team of ACEDS-certified attorneys and project managers attended the 2013 ACEDS Conference to share ideas and insights with other industry leaders and e-discovery certification experts. For those who were unable to attend the conference this year, we have compiled our notes and summarized these highlights from the conference.
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Fortune 200 Company Renews 5-Year InsideOut Managed Services Agreement with Falcon Discovery
As part of the agreement, Falcon’s team will manage the client’s entire in-house e-discovery operation, including in-house licenses of Clearwell and Relativity, and deliver unbundled legal support services across matters. Falcon’s team will serve as an extension of the corporate legal department both on-site and near-site to the client’s facilities, and its team of discovery attorneys and project managers will work at the direction of in-house and outside counsel to perform the day-to-day discovery tasks required across all types of matters. The savings derived from Falcon’s work are estimated to be 85% less than industry cost figures related to discovery.
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DB Discovery Article by Falcon’s Michael Spencer
Requests to produce entire databases are often thought to yield a higher level of usable information. However, knowing how to make targeted requests related to specific data stored in databases can produce much more specific, relevant data. This article contains eight key principles that can keep a hunt for a needle in a stack of needles from turning into a search for a needle in a haystack.
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Corporate Enterprise Investigations Conference (CEIC) – Orlando, Florida; May 19 – 22
CEIC is one of the largest international gatherings of legal, corporate, law enforcement and government attendees in the world, with a focus on the latest developments in digital investigations and corporate
e-discovery. More Info
Minnesota Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Annual Meeting – Minneapolis, Minnesota; June 20
ACC is the in-house bar association for professional corporate counsel who practice in legal departments
globally. More Info
Corporate eDiscovery Forum Minnesota (CEDF) – Minneapolis, Minnesota; August 8
The CEDF is the preferred place for Fortune 500 corporations to meet and collaborate on the complexities of electronic discovery. Members include: AGC of Litigation, e-Discovery Attorneys, Knowledge Management Directors, Litigation Managers, Compliance Officers, Records & Information Managers, IT Legal, Paralegals and Security Directors. More Info
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