Electronically stored information

Is e-Discovery ruining litigation?  The answer is no.  In actuality, it is inefficiency that is causing clients to increasingly regard litigation as an ineffective method of resolving their complex disputes.  Given that 99 percent of complex litigations involve e-Discovery, lawyers who remain technologically naïve cause clients’ costs to sky rocket.  Those clients make future litigation

Recently, the importance of adopting and implementing appropriate safeguards for the protection and preservation of electronically stored information (“ESI”) was addressed in Chura v. Delmar Gardens of Lenexa, Inc., No. 11-2090-CM-DJW, 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 36893 (D. Kan. Mar. 20, 2012).  In Chura, the Court ordered an evidentiary hearing to discuss the defendant’s failure