Emails often comprise the bulk of the digital documents involved in the e-discovery process of corporate litigation cases. Depending on the case there could be 100,000, 500,000 or one million emails, perhaps from around the world, involved at the outset. The task at hand is to electronically gather them together and identify only those that should actually be reviewed by an attorney because they may be relevant to the case.

This may seem like a daunting task, but with the availability of modern technology to gather emails and email threading software to organize them, it need not be.

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