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Kaye Scholer's E-Discovery Practice Group offers innovative and real-world advice on electronic discovery. We assist clients in forming protocols to manage e-discovery effectively, efficiently and with minimum disruption to their business function. Our decades of experience in complex data-intensive litigations coupled with our technical knowledge of modern IT architecture and litigation support systems offers clients tailored solutions to vexing e-discovery problems.

The group counsels clients on issues related to the preservation, collection, analysis and production of electronic data in complex litigation. In recent years, there has been a rise in the number of cases involving sanctions and "adverse inference" instructions levied against clients and counsel for failure to adequately preserve and produce potentially relevant electronic data. Realizing the expense and burden that is associated with e-discovery, the group has designed "best practice" protocols to protect clients from these pitfalls.

The practice group is comprised of accomplished attorneys from multiple legal disciplines and technical backgrounds who work collectively to identify and address the legal and technical issues raised by e-discovery. The group leverages the insight of veteran trial attorneys to ensure that its recommended approach to e-discovery is consistent with the ultimate goal of successful and cost-effective dispute resolution.