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By James F Page

An attorney will need to review a lot of documentation when it comes to Early Case Assessment. You will need to have or assume some of level of suspicion in order to do the most thorough job for your own preparation. This will help filter out data that might not be applicable for the case at hand and target information that you are looking for. You will need to have an effective strategy to identify what data you are seeking because sometimes the tools you will find are simply too overwhelming to sort through every piece on your own .

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Establish a Litigation Strategy

To start out, you must also establish a litigation strategy. The primary benefits for this step is an easier litigation process and an even faster settlement decision, all of which are in your best interest and will be possible only if you start out organized. Overall costs can be significantly reduced when you have a clear strategy for reviewing materials from the outset. Sometimes, you’ll be able to settle the case with very little cost
at all .

Craft a Discovery Plan

The next thing you need to do is to craft a discovery plan. Trust your instincts and go with your gut on any early evidence you have been able to review. To leverage your time in the most effective manner, you must learn how to use the appropriate technology. You also need to set up a plan where you know what you are trying to find instead of getting too tempted to just review all of the data. To help to cut down on the time you spend reviewing material that is not as relevant to your strategy, determine whether you are looking for specific phrases or other pieces of data as early as possible .

Reduce Data Sets

In order to make sure that you are using your expertise and your materials in the most efficient manner, reducing data sets should be one of your priorities. Not looking at every little piece of data can seriously limit the discovery bill. By starting out with clear goals and using Early Case Assessment, the costs of litigation can be dramatically. Some good techniques in cutting through data materials include predictive coding, early culling and filtering .

Crafting and using an effective strategy for early discovery can be extremely beneficial for your case, helping you avoid an excessively expensive litigation and save you as much time and money as possible. Your strategy should be able to help you sort the data and generate clues as to which material will be helpful or not. Doing this early can give you confidence and peace of mind .

James F. Page is a certified electronic discovery specialist. He is also approved as a certified mediator and has been helping individuals throughout Florida settle their disputes using mediation. Call 407-341-0069 to learn how mediation can help you or visit http://www.pagemediation.com for more information .


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