The volume of e-discovery and its costs continue to rise for corporations, law firms and even solo attorneys. This phenomenon has triggered a plethora of articles on the pitfalls and potential problems in electronic discovery data (“EDD”) for the uninitiated or unaware.

Frequently missing from the discussion, however, is practical experience and analysis from the trenches. This article addresses key EDD issues and pitfalls in a particular case involving 44 million pages of electronic records and a jury verdict of about $570 million, with a focus on the consequences of retaining too much electronic information and ways to solve problems that plague large companies involved in e-discovery.

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