In modern litigation, discovery is about electronically stored information. The ability to control litigation costs, ferret out information from an opponent and protect against overbroad discovery requests requires counsel that fundamentally understand how technology and data are deployed and used within an organization. Data, technology, and litigation cannot be viewed as mutually exclusive.
Fox’s Technology, E-Discovery, and Litigation attorneys work closely to provide clients sophisticated, practical, and efficient counsel when disputes arise. Often, that means advising clients prior to litigation on a range of Compliance matters, including Information Governance and document/data retention and deletion policies. When disputes arise, our technology attorneys help clients develop standardized processes and procedures that balance regulatory compliance and meeting discovery obligations under state and federal rules. As the legal and technological landscapes continue to evolve, Fox Rothschild guides its clients through the challenges and risks associated with the preservation, collection, review and production of ESI, striving not only for e-discovery compliance, but also for proportionality and cost-effectiveness.