Our E-Discovery Group is comprised of a specialized team of attorneys and technical professionals who support the growing electronic discovery needs of our clients. E-discovery is the extension of the discovery process to include data in electronic format also referred to as Electronically Stored Information (ESI).

We provide our clients with tailored, cost-effective solutions to satisfy their electronic discovery obligations. With experience handling large-scale, discovery-intensive cases, our attorneys understand the technical aspects of developing and executing a strategic, reasonable and legally-defensible discovery plan.

We pride ourselves on offering our clients a balanced approach by using both our in-house resources and outside vendors to best cover the eight stages of the electronic discovery life cycle:

  1. information management
  2. identification
  3. preservation
  4. collection
  5. review
  6. analysis
  7. production
  8. presentation

Our attorneys have successfully implemented e-discovery solutions in a broad range of cases, including those with multi-million dollar exposures.

Our multi-disciplinary group of attorneys handle electronic discovery in a wide array of litigation, including:

  • Commercial litigation;
  • Trade secrets litigation;
  • Labor and employment law;
  • Products liability;
  • Catastrophic and tort defense;
  • Medical malpractice;
  • Construction litigation; and
  • Large fire losses.

For more information, please contact any of the attorneys listed below. 

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