What is e-Discovery?

Electronic discovery, sometimes called ediscovery or e-discovery, is a legal term referring to the electronic portion of the discovery process in litigation. The data accessed through e-discovery is called electronically stored information or ESI. This may include emails, text messages, chat transcripts, electronic documents, and any other type of electronic communication or file that is relevant to a legal case.

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