eDiscovery Practices and Procedures Guide

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Electronic discovery (eDiscovery) refers to the process of searching, locating and securing electronic data for the purpose of using it as evidence in a legal case. It requires litigants to scour disparate data storage mediums and formats for potentially relevant documents. This tool covers in detail the eDiscovery procedures of identification/preservation; collection/processing; and review, analysis and production. It also covers related case laws.

This document can be used as a guide to understand and demonstrate the practices and procedures related to electronic discovery.

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