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Rule 26(f) Conference Preparation

The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and many state rules require early collaboration.

Counsel needs to understand how to prepare for the initial Rule 26(f) case conference as it pertains to electronic discovery, including data accessibility, scope, cost estimates and format of production.

Kroll Ontrack knowledgeable professionals hone your Electronically Stored Information (ESI) strategies for "meet and confer" conferences to best serve your legal case and minimize costs. We specialize in facilitating conversations between outside counsel and IT personnel to ensure that your legal team confidently arrives at the meet and confer conference prepared to take control of the electronic discovery process.

Identifying and reaching agreement on discovery issues, such as volume and type of ESI at issue, data collection methods and form(s) of production, at the start of litigation deters costly discovery disputes later.

 

 


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