In the final article of our three-part series, we cover the production of Electronically Stored Information, or ESI.
Our first article discussed how to prepare an effective and repeatable litigation hold plan. We then discussed the crucial steps in the collection process in the second article. Now that the documents have been collected, processed for attorney review, and coded for responsiveness and privilege, it's time to produce them to the opposing party. In this article, we will address proper formatting and production of your electronically stored documents, as well as issues pertaining to confidentiality and the protection of your valuable proprietary information.
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