Why Bother with eDiscovery? No One Is Suing Us

Generally, discovery is a pretrial phase of litigation that allows a party to the litigation to request all relevant information from the other parties in order to prepare the case for settlement or trial. Because much of the information that a party will have to produce is stored in e-mail and other electronic document management and storage systems, the term "eDiscovery" is generally used to describe the collection, preservation, review, and production of electronically stored data.

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