Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Electronic discovery for small cases : managing digital evidence and ESI
Since it can involve expensive software, the use of consulting firms, and outsourcing to specialists, electronic discovery can quickly grow in cost and take up a lot of time. This publication aims to help litigators better understand e-discovery as it relates to smaller cases where a large budget may not be available. To help put all readers at the same starting point, the first part of the book explains e-discovery in general and describes the difference between e-discovery in smaller cases versus big cases. The second part is more practical and describes specific software solutions, how much they cost, and in what types of cases they should be used. Along the way, it also helps you assess whether you should seek outside assistance.
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