Author – Matthew Verga, Jan 2020
The final thing eDiscovery practitioners must be able to do during discovery is to produce ESI effectively. How materials are produced affects how long they take to prepare and how easily they can be searched, reviewed, and used later in depositions and at trial. Negotiating production format, including details like whether and what metadata will be provided, can both ensure maximum usability of what you receive and preempt disputes over what you produce and how you produce it.
In this free, twenty-six page practice guide, Director of Education Matthew Verga, JD, reviews the fundamentals practitioners need to know about production, including: primary available production formats; load files, metadata, redactions, and endorsements; rules and cases on who gets to choose format; production preparation processes; and, quality control and logging processes.
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