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Legal Tech: 10 Things I Hate About Your QC Plan

It is essential to have a quality control plan to ensure the accuracy and completeness of your review are consistent with the certification requirements of Rule 26(g) of the FRCP. To help make this process smoother, we’ve compiled a list of 10 common mistakes in poorly designed QC plans along with practical tips for developing your QC plan so you can avoid these pitfalls.


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Document review is a crucial aspect of discovery, allowing parties to gather relevant information and evidence to build their case. However, the vast amounts of electronically stored information that needs to be reviewed can be overwhelming and complex, leading to potential errors, inconsistencies and even omissions that could lead to sanctions under Rule 37 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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