CT Summation's "Down to the Wire"


The proposed Federal Rules of Civil Procedure require lawyers to discuss and plan for the discovery of ?electronically stored information.?

Electronically stored information can be highly portable, in any source, and in virtually in any form. Backup tapes, MP3 players, and URL history is just the beginning of what electronic data is discoverable in litigation.

Understanding how to handle electronically stored information is necessary to manage a case and control costs.

Technology can help command the volumes of electronically stored information and fully convey your client?s case in trial.

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