Just what is electronically stored information or ESI? And what do you need to do with it when it comes to corporate e-discovery?
Document review, the most expensive stage of ediscovery, uses teams of lawyers to determine what ESI is relevant, responsive, or privileged.
Ediscovery and ediscovery software is an ever-evolving world, full of complexities and technical challenges.
Proportionality limits the scope of discovery. FRCP 26 lists six factors to determine whether information is proportional to the needs of the case.
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Scope is the extent of discovery that the parties agree to provide in a case, determined both by FRCP 26(b)(1) and the individual case’s parameters.