Producing electronically stored information (ESI) has unfortunately become one of the most expensive tasks in litigation.
Parties involved in complex litigation face increasing e-discovery costs in almost every case. These costs are particularly acute in patent actions.
Hundreds of search terms. Dozens of employees, considered key "custodians," producing thousands of emails on a multitude of topics. Requests for electronically stored information (ESI) driving case strategy. E-discovery costs amounting to tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars.