Collection activities are usually among the first expenses in any eDiscovery project, inseparable from identification and preservation, the three activities together creating the foundation for all the work that follows.  Although that subsequent review and production work typically costs far more, those initial collection expenses are often treated as something to be minimized or avoided.  Particularly at a time when legal departments and law firms alike are looking to tighten their belts, collection can seem a tempting place to take shortcuts in the name of savings.  Not all shortcuts are created equal, however, and self-collection is one that should almost always be avoided.

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