Preparing for E-Discovery

Preparing for E-Discovery, Step One: the Client Interview

It’s safe to say electronic evidence—text messages, digital photos, cloud storage, and the internet of things—will be involved in every new case you have. As a result, it’s important you prepare to produce and request electronic evidence from the start of your case.


Preparing for E-Discovery, Step Two: Opposition Research

When preparing for e-discovery, you need to make sure you do some effective opposition research first. Here's how.


Preparing for E-Discovery, Step Three: Preservation of Evidence

When you are preparing for e-discovery, it is important you advise your clients about how to preserve electronic evidence.