LitigationWorld Quick Start Guide to Mastering Ediscovery
Published January 2, 2014
Ediscovery is challenging because it requires both legal skills (document review) and technology knowledge (understanding computer data storage).
Costs skyrocket when litigators make mistakes. Accordingly, many litigators don't seek email, text messages, and other "electronically stored information" (ESI) from their clients or from opposing counsel in their litigation matters.
This is not a sound strategy because that's often where the most important evidence resides. Small lawsuits in particular are a goldmine because many individuals and small businesses don't have data retention policies or receive any training about the risks associated with email, Facebook, etc.
Here's the Table of Contents:
1. The Knowledge Gap and How We Got Here
2. How Computers Work and Why You Should Care
3. Bits, Bytes, and the Building Blocks of ESI
4. How Computers Store (Discoverable) Data
5. The "Discovery" in Ediscovery
6. ESI Complexities: Potential Evidence Versus Form of Production
7. Why You Must Speak Geek About Storage Technologies
8. True Ediscovery Mastery
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