Monday, April 8, 2013

Making E-Discovery As Low-Cost As Possible

David G. Oberdick, Esquire
Consider the number of emails, documents, instant messages, texts, and other electronic data a company uses each day.

If a company later finds itself in a lawsuit, all or some portion of that information can become evidence in the case. During the “e-discovery” phase, attorneys and professional technology experts may have to sift through all the data, potentially leading to astronomical costs. A business that fails to properly preserve and organize the information can face serious court fines, or even worse, an adverse finding or verdict.

This article was featured in the Pittsburgh Business Times.  Please click here to view the full article.

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