Electronic data discovery is quickly becoming mainstream in civil discovery. Recent surveys confirm that more than 90 percent of all documents produced since 1999 were created in digital form. But some attorneys fail to do electronic discovery because of concerns that it's costly and complicated. The irony: It is usually wildly cheaper to conduct discovery electronically. Here's a primer to get you started.
Electronic Data Discovery Primer
Law Technology News
August 28, 2002
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