Historically, the “cost of litigation” might include expenses like filing fees and photocopies. But as the practice of law evolves, services like data discovery have become a competitive advantage and a key part of successful case strategy. Law firms that value innovation may struggle to nurture it while upholding a pure cost absorption model.
Many firms, however, are modernizing their business models to keep up with the times. They are positioning strategic services like e-discovery as part of their practice and factoring these costs into their fees. Some firms further along in their journey are making e-discovery a potential revenue generator.
In our webinar, you’ll hear from three professionals at law firms who helped modernize their firms’ business models. They’ll walk you through considerations for law firms to ensure cost recovery plans are successful, including:
- Ethical considerations
- Internal perception
- Client communication
If you’re an attorney, executive, or litigation support professional in a law firm who’s interested in raising awareness of e-discovery’s importance in your practice, you won’t want to miss this discussion.
Senior Manager, Industry Marketing
Litigation Support Manager
Thompson & Knight LLP
Practice Support Manager
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo