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eDiscovery and Documents Retention

Electronic discovery (sometimes known as e-discovery, ediscovery, eDiscovery, or e-Discovery) is the electronic feature of identifying, collecting, and producing electronically stored information (ESI) in response to a request for production in legal proceedings such as litigation, government investigations, etc. Electronic discovery is subject to rules of civil procedure and agreed-upon processes, often involving review for privilege and relevance before data are turned over to the requesting party. ESI includes, but is not limited to, emails, documents, presentations, databases, voicemail, audio and video files, social media, and web sites.

A critical element of litigation is the discovery process, during which each party provides sufficient evidence and/or information to other parties in the litigation procedure. Some risks are defined for litigants, during the customer discovery process, and, if they are not faced adequately, may have a negative result on the success and cost of the litigation. Nevertheless, Electronic Discovery provides an opportunity for litigants to maximize their informational, evidential, and strategic advantage. eDiscovery aims to produce a core volume of evidence for litigation in a defensible manner. Our team can advise you in setting up the management of high volumes of data during investigations and litigation procedures.  We may do so regardless of whether the data is already available in electronic format or hard copy. Discovery services can be tailored-made to the exact needs of each litigation investigation by including only those specific phases of interest.