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e-Discovery is used by the parties to a law suit, an administrative hearing or an arbitration. In federal and state courts there are rules that specifically require the parties to disclose electronic information that is relevant to the law suit. This electronic information (data) may be stored on a computer hard drive, a flash drive, an e-mail, a cloud, etc.

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Recent Cases
Deleted Text Messages Lead to Sanctions in Prince Music Case

Paisley Park Enter., Inc. v. Boxill

Specificity Required When Objecting to Discovery Requests

RightChoice Managed Care v. Hospital Partners, Inc.

Don't Ask for Everything in E-Discovery...

Santana v. MKA2 Enterprises, Inc.

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