How To Prepare Your Employees For Litigation Discovery

Law360, New York (May 26, 2016, 12:12 PM EDT) -- Charles N. McGee III

Richard N. P. Naylor

Megan R. Daviduke Navigating through the potential pitfalls of discovery can be a challenge for even the most experienced in-house counsel. Many players are associated with the process, such as information technology managers, records managers, collection and processing specialists, attorneys from both sides, and sometimes forensic consultants.

The electronic discovery process encompasses all types of data, from word documents, emails, spreadsheets, graphs, charts and presentations, to text messages, calendar items, images, websites, noncustodial databases, videos, audio files, computer programs and just about every other type of information under the sun. Electronic discovery can...

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