Document Review in Litigations and Investigations

What is written is fundamental to the Phoenix business laws, so obviously document review is crucial in the litigation process. It is a key to the discovery process. According to KPMG, first level document review can be anywhere from 58 to 90 percent of the total litigation cost. Doing it right is crucial to a successful outcome. Failing to notice a significant document may result inadvertent disclosure of a privileged document or a significant document only showing up at a deposition. Getting it right, particularly with data rich electronic information requires training and understanding of the basic guidelines.

Counsel’s Duty of Supervision:

Information-Gathering Stage:

Choosing the ESI Vendor and TTS Team:

Introducing the Team to the Matter and Training Them:

Second-Level Review:

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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