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Responding to a request for production under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 34 or a nonparty subpoena under Federal Rule of Procedure 45 is a task often made more arduous and costly when the request or subpoena seeks the production of electronically stored information (ESI). If particular attention is not paid to the ESI format designated in a request/subpoena or if the applicable Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are not strictly complied with in preparing a response, your company will most likely incur the unnecessary expense of correcting a deficient document production as well face exposure to potential attorneys’ fees and costs incurred by the opposing party in resolving the issue through the courts.

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