In litigation today, it is difficult to imagine a case that would not significantly involve electronic discovery. In matters of any size, e-discovery is expensive, time-consuming, and full of potential traps for the unwary. More complexity has been introduced as technology produces, and we all embrace, new forms of electronic information-keeping and communication, such as social media and cloud computing. E-discovery is the subject of much commentary, yet even experienced attorneys often fail to grasp the range of e-discovery sources and issues they may face in a case they are bringing or defending.
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