Proven techniques to obtain the evidence needed to successfully build your case
Plaintiffs face unique challenges when conducting discovery. A central difference is asynchronous data; plaintiffs must focus on accessing often complex document collections in the hands of defendants and third parties. More data to review and more complicated data types increasingly can overwhelm how attorneys traditionally have requested and reviewed productions and marshaled evidence.
Plaintiff lawyers, particularly if operating on a contingency basis, must carefully budget their time investment and client expenditures, while continually evaluating the case potential. Exploding electronically stored information (ESI) collection sizes and document types in modern litigation makes this a difficult balancing act. Litigators must thoughtfully plan their document requests, create reasonable agreements with opposing counsel and aggressively advocate for their eDiscovery rights. This webinar will address the primary issues and best practices on how to effectively address them.
- Why is eDiscovery different for plaintiffs?
- Specific plaintiff concerns
- Planning for success with custodian identification, data mapping, early case assessment
- Marshaling your evidence with proper collection, processing & search
- Handling holes in productions, data dumps, hot docs, fast motion responses
- From ESI to evidence, facts and proof
- Top takeaways