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Balancing the drive to get the evidence you need with an eye toward each provision’s impact on your own client will lay the foundation for an efficient, effective, and equitable discovery process. Melissa Ryan Clark, FeganScott (Photo: Courtesy Photo)

With discovery’s shift to electronically stored information (ESI) has come a torrent of ever-changing best practices. Many of the common guideposts for managing eDiscovery aim to facilitate a transparent and collaborative process—but are tailored to the needs of large corporate parties with enormous amounts of data.

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