August 03, 2011 Articles

E-Discovery: Getting to the Starting Gate

So much information is electronically stored that it is only a matter of time before e-discovery swallows all of discovery. How do you handle e-discovery at the start of a case?

By James Worthington and Mor Wetzler

We live in an era of electronic discovery (e-discovery), as virtually all business information and communications are digital. Indeed, so much information is electronically stored that it is only a matter of time before e-discovery swallows all of discovery. How do you handle e-discovery at the start of a case? Prepare as much as possible, know the issues, and try to ask the right questions or at least ask lots of questions (and keep asking them throughout the discovery process).

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