Posted on: March 08, 2017in Blog
3 Benefits of Managed Review
Are you familiar with managed review? For those who aren’t, the key differentiator in the managed review process is the project manager. This person oversees the entire review, as well as the individual document reviewers. Why do you need a Project Manager leading your review team, you ask?
Why do you need a conductor for an orchestra? Or a manager on a baseball team? The Project Manager not only coordinates the review process and manages the document reviewers, but they also provide insights, reports and consultation to the client.
Special Counsel manages hundreds of reviews each year, and we even have a project manager certification program that leverages the Six Sigma approach. In fact, all of our Project Managers have completed our training, which was developed in conjunction with the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists.
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Whether you’re a paralegal, attorney, partner, or General Counsel, here’s why leveraging a Project Manager is beneficial to you and your organization:
1. Industry Expertise
A highly skilled Project Manager has expertise with all of the major review technology on the market, managing reviewers and is able to quickly identify and consult on best practices.
Additionally, our Project Managers are industry veterans who can provide overall expertise and understanding of the full spectrum of the EDRM, and the lifecycle of ESI.
2. Lift the Burden Off Your Team
A Project Manager allows law firms/corporate attorneys to focus on their critical cases and other business needs, instead of painstaking review activities.
Bonus: Special Counsel project managers provide nightly updates, keeping you in the loop without adding more work to your plate.
3. Customized Solutions for Your Business
Our Project Manager’s tailor review methodologies, workflows, checkpoints and resource estimates to meet client-specific goals. There’s nothing out-of the-box about these solutions.
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