Electronic evidence permeates cases large and small. Often, however, e-discovery talks and literature focus on large cases, even though e-discovery can be critically important in small cases as well. In fact, e-discovery in small cases can prove more challenging as concerns about litigation costs may be even more acute than in large cases. This presentation will focus on strategies for conducting e-discovery in small cases with the aim of ensuring discovery of needed information in a cost-effective manner.
W. Russell Taber III, Riley Warnock & Jacobson, PLC
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