A journey to more efficient, economical discovery
The duty to preserve evidence requires a party to safeguard potentially relevant information in the face of reasonably foreseeable litigation. In many cases, the failure to comply with this obligation opens up both counsel and client to potential sanctions that can change the dynamics of litigation.
Maintaining the Right Balance: Proportionality and Electronic Discovery , will show you how to meet your ethical obligation to take affirmative efforts to preserve potentially relevant ESI and to utilize the doctrine of proportionality to drive this process, even at the earliest stages of litigation.
Develop a winning strategy
You’ll learn how to:
- Target your approach to defensible preservation strategies at various phases of litigation
- Preserve necessary information without paying a fortune
- Fulfill your duty of competence by avoiding spoliation claims and unnecessary sanctions
- Strategically apply cost-shifting strategies before disputes arise
Rightsize your efforts in the discovery phase with help from Maintaining the Right Balance: Proportionality and Electronic Discovery.