It is commonplace today to have documents within eDiscovery collections that contain foreign languages, but this no longer need to be an obstacle for English-speaking legal teams. Handling documents in foreign languages has become much simpler and more cost-effective than in years past, and legal teams should understand their options.
Just as it was in the days of paper when teams were forced into TIFF review, we are now at a crossroads regarding the creation of TIFF productions as opposed to native productions. Productions in TIFF format have become the standard, but TIFF processing and production is expensive. So will TIFF remain the standard?