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eDiscovery can also be known as electronic discovery, e-Discovery, or eDisclosure.
The terminology can be confusing at times. In simple terms eDiscovery is really just another way to describe the process of identifying, collecting and reviewing electronically stored information (ESI) which is then shared or exchanged with other parties, normally in the context of litigation or a regulatory investigation.
The process is known as Discovery in Northern Ireland and Disclosure in England and Wales. Each jurisdiction has its own set of distinct rules.
The Discovery process can be very complex and onerous given the huge volume of electronic documents which companies now hold.
It is a vital aspect of any litigation matter as it is the process of identifying the relevant documents upon which your client will rely on in court.
In years past, parties exchanged paper documents, often hundreds and hundreds of boxes of them. Over time, paper documents have been largely replaced with computer generated content, and the process of discovery has been fundamentally changed in the modern digital world.
It is a vital aspect of any litigation matter as it is the process of identifying the relevant documents upon which your client will rely on in court. Therefore, it is very important to get it right.
By leveraging cutting edge legal technology and Artificial intelligence (AI) analytics, combined with efficient workflows, the eDiscovery process is much more streamlined and efficient.
eDiscovery has a number of key advantages, including:
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