P&G E-Discovery Manager Outlines How to Streamline In-House E-Discovery

One of the high points of our 2014 Guidance Software E-Discovery webinar series was when Scott Van Nice, E-Discovery Manager for Procter and Gamble (P&G), outlined his process for enabling P&G to revamp their e-discovery model, reducing their e-discovery spend by fifty percent in the first eight months and compressing a four-to-six-week case start-up schedule to just two days.

Now there’s even better news, which is that e-discovery veteran Scott Van Nice has documented this knowledge in a new case study that explores in more detail how Procter & Gamble, the world’s largest consumer goods company, tackled a hefty in-house e-discovery process and now supports e-discovery for the company with a lean team of two.  

This case study is a must read whether you're currently implementing e-discovery in-house or whether you're researching how to do it. It addresses the organizational structure put in place by P&G to simplify, strengthen, and streamline its e-discovery process, including how to:

  • Mobilize teams for rapid response
  • Identify and fine-tune responsibilities
  • Measure service delivery expectations
  • Nurture cross-team collaboration
  • Select and manage vendors
Scott shares metrics and key takeaways that will serve as guideposts for any organization that cares about controlling their litigation costs and improving execution. You can download it here.

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