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E-discovery and Information Management

Businesses create vast amounts of electronically stored information, or ESI. The range includes texts, tweets, emails, voicemails, databases, and even video blogs. Unlike hard-copy documents, ESI calls for a different approach to managing information.

Litigation rules may mean you must produce everything that might have a bearing on your case — whether good or bad. Regulators, for example, may require specific information to a deadline, and you may risk a criminal fine if you don’t produce it.

Where and how you store information (within your enterprise, in the cloud, or across borders) may affect whether you can move it or where it can be reviewed. We explain what helps and hinders and advise you on solutions. We help map what you have and where to find it — making sure you know what to look for. This may include information your technology automatically creates as well as previously “deleted” information.

We advise you how to defensibly preserve, collect, review, and exchange ESI with the other side. We bridge the gap between tech and the e-discovery process. Our flexible, collaborative approach saves you time and money. It gives both of us access to the information around the clock and, where allowed, in multiple jurisdictions.

We make sure you satisfy legal requirements, such as court filings and reporting to the regulator. We work with you to analyse your and your opponent’s information, so that the key documents to advance your case are put before the court, tribunal, or regulator.

Representative experience

Regularly counsel companies on the cross-border data transfer requirements in litigation with multijurisdictional impacts.

Counsel companies on responding to government demands for information, including where data is stored outside of the jurisdiction where the government is making the demand.

Assisting numerous companies across industry sectors with the development of records retention policies and schedules.

Constructing litigation hold guidelines for multiple clients preparing for litigation.

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