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Electronic discovery

When businesses sue each other, they commonly need to turn over any relevant documentation to the opposing party. Given the massive increase in electronic documentation, the discovery process can get so complex and potentially expensive that companies will settle otherwise winnable lawsuits to avoid discovery expenses.

But that isn’t the end of the story. A new industry has taken root to tackle this problem. The Sedona Conference elevates the discussion around e-discovery. And law firms and businesses alike refocus on the need to effectively manage the reams of e-data they generate every day, not just to preemptively prepare for discovery measures, but to better run their businesses.

Read about some of the innovative developments surrounding e-discovery in the articles listed below: