E-discovery best practices for your practice, Step 6: Evidence

In this phase, the most important key for successfully admitting ESI is your own preparation

You’re getting close to the finish line. You are preparing your evidence and have identified, preserved and reviewed your electronically stored information (ESI). You’ve even cooperated with your opposing counsel — at least until now. Your task now is to determine how to admit your ESI into evidence. In this phase, the most important key for successfully admitting ESI is your own preparation.

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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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