Our e-discovery lawyers frequently assist clients in developing litigation readiness plans. E-discovery is burdensome, but some of the pain points can be minimized by managing data proactively. We work with our clients to develop data retention and destruction policies, social media policies, and bring-your-device policies designed to affirmatively manage the creation and storage of data. We also advise on storage systems designed to create retrieval efficiencies, as well as to advance collection, review, and production protocols, all for a coordinated, efficient response when the time comes. We often provide strategic counseling in the prelitigation context and routinely work with in-house counsel, information technology, and records management personnel to formulate realistic document retention and preservation plans tailored to an organization's specific needs.
In conjunction with patent action being litigated concurrently in several jurisdictions, conducted review of several terabytes of data on behalf of Fortune 500 client.
Collected, reviewed, and produced over two million pages of documents, consisting primarily of e-mails from over 35 custodians, as part of defense of insurer in class action alleging unfair business practices related to payment of claims.