Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Expert Advisory Series Quick Guide
When involved in litigation and faced with a need for disclosure, it might appear that an in-house IT team are in the best position to search any identified or preserved data sets to cull the volume of data that may need to be supplied to an eDiscovery vendor for processing and review. Getting things wrong at this early stage in the disclosure process could prove to be an expensive mistake.
This paper discusses the potential issues and drawbacks when using an in-house IT team to
assist with disclosure for a litigation matter and the types of arguments that could potentially be raised by an opposing side.