The Pitfalls Of Paperless Discovery

Law360, New York (February 23, 2012, 12:08 PM ET) -- Litigation discovery has evolved. Once, discovery meant calling up your client and asking her to look through her files to locate relevant information, resulting in a few boxes of documents to review to find the subset of relevant, nonprivileged documents to produce. And lawyers expected to receive a similar volume of documents from the opposing side.

Cases with such limited discovery are now the exception rather than the rule. With the advent of the digital age and electronic communication, lawyers can now expect to receive gigabytes...
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