E-discovery best practices for your practice, Step 1: Litigation readiness

You cannot afford to ignore e-discovery obligations, and the keys are documentation and communication

By now, most attorneys have accepted that e-discovery is a necessary part of litigation. However, it is difficult for attorneys and paralegals to keep up with the speed of technology and the growing body of case law. Therefore, it’s time to incorporate the Electronic Discovery Best Practices Model into your practice. Over the course of the next six articles, we will walk through these best practices so that you know how to handle e-discovery issues without fear. The goal with this series is to arm you, the practitioner, with the tools for successful navigation of e-discovery both during non-litigation and litigation activities.

The Electronic Discovery Best Practices Model

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Kate Mortensen

Kate Burke Mortensen is a senior discovery consultant with Xact Data Discovery. A former practicing attorney, she has 12 years of litigation experience representing individuals...

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