Law360 (November 12, 2020, 5:36 PM EST) -- Whether the scale of your document production during electronic discovery is large or small, the detailed coordination of many moving and interrelated pieces is critical. A mistake in one area has the potential to snowball into a multitude of other unforeseen issues. Preventing those problems from the start will ensure a smooth and effective discovery process.
From efficiently overseeing the attorneys reviewing the documents to ensuring the integrity of your production output, we will explore how to address common mistakes proactively and, if not avoided, the resulting impact they could have on a case.
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