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Courts will often take into consideration the burden placed on a party that is asked to identify, review and produce electronic discovery. Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26, a party may avoid the production of responsive electronically stored information (ESI) if it is able to demonstrate that the information being sought is “not reasonably accessible because of undue burden or cost.”

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