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The fundamentals of litigation practice have remained the same for decades—attorneys gather facts, assemble a narrative and advocate that narrative to a tribunal. What has changed, however, is the media on which we find the facts to support our cases. Two decades ago, almost all information was supported by paper documents. Electronic data was part, but not the focus, of discovery efforts. Today, the inverse is true: Our clients’ businesses are based almost exclusively on electronic data. And because it requires less “storage” space, electronic data is preserved at a much higher rate than paper documents. As the media of discovery has changed, we must adapt and embrace new discovery approaches, methods and tools.  

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