It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the dauntingcomplexity of electronic discovery. There’s somuch to do in an arena where lawyers feeldistinctly disadvantaged. We know we’ve gotto hit the ground running, but so often we’re paralyzedinstead of galvanized. If only lawyers knewwhat to do first, certain of making the right choice.

Take heart. There is a reliably correct first step,and it’s the identification of sources of electronicevidence. Do it well, and much of the fog hidingthe hazards of e-discovery lifts. Pitfalls remain, butyou’re less likely to stumble into them.

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