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December 20, 2017
In an article published on Dec. 12, 2017 in the Financial Times, Columbia partner John D. Martin discusses how the Firm is rethinking its approach to eDiscovery in an effort to keep corporate litigation costs down. The Firm was able to save money for one of its clients, health insurer Anthem, because it used eDiscovery for several cases at once, lowering costs by about $50 million. Martin says its large, in-house eDiscovery team provided the scale to work with a large company like Anthem. “Our experience with Anthem’s data meant we were able to speak in a very informed way… when we had a very compressed time period to respond to this request,” he said.
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