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Discussion of electronic discovery at rule 26(f) conferences: a guide for practitioners

Virtually all modern discovery involves electronically stored information (ESI). The production and review of such information can be complex and expensive. Competent litigators must be familiar with the fundamentals of electronic discovery; they cannot delegate that duty to clients or non-lawyers. Moreover, lawyers’ early identification, discussion, and joint resolution of potential e-discovery issues will help minimize future disputes. It will also assure that discovery proceeds efficiently, consistent with the goals of Fed...

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