Here’s a hypothetical scenario: Your company just got sued in Texas because a former employee claims they were improperly terminated. At issue is a series of emails, and you head down to the state courthouse for an initial meeting with the judge.

Now, what do you need to know to start discussing e-discovery? A lot, right? What the judge needs to know, however, may differ.

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