Back to the Basics of E-Discovery – The Rule 26(f) Conference

In today’s litigation environment, it is critical for counsel to come prepared for the Rule 26(f) conference. This essay will cover the topics that should be addressed before and during the conference. These topics include (1) the scope of the litigation hold; (2) key custodians who may have relevant information; (3) other sources of relevant data; (4) the scope of data requests; (5) the manner in which the data will be collected and processed; (6) specifications for production; (5) considerations for foreign data; and (6) privilege and clawback considerations



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