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The Basics of Electronic Discovery for FDCPA Litigation

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Hello folks and thank you for tuning in to the E-Discovery for FDCPA Litigation Internet Radio Webinar.  I am your host, Anthony Johnson.

In this debut episode, we will talk about the basics of e-discovery as it relates to FDCPA litigation.  Today, all litigants, whether you are a pro se, represented by a solo practitioner, or a large law firm, have a duty to request and disclose responsive electronic evidence in their cases.

Electronic discovery has been described as the "disclosure or discovery of electronicaly stored information (ESI), including the form or forms in which it should be produced..."  See, Junk v. Aon Corp., No. 07-4640, 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 89741, at *2 n.2 (D.N.Y. Nov. 30, 2007).  ESI includes e-mail, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio, video, or any content in a digital format. 

We will talk about what it means to request ESI in an initial ESI Debt Validation Letter to your debt collector or original creditor. 

For more information on how you may employ ESI in your FDCPA case, contact A. Johnson & Associates, LLC, 888-502-0586, or visit our website at www.ediscoverynow.net.

DISCLAIMER:  We are not attorneys.  We are not engaged in rendering legal advice.  We are Alternative Dispute Resolution Practitioners.  If legal advice is required, the assistance of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained.

*Some of the information referenced in this Webinar was taken from Arkfeld's Best Practices Guide for Electronic Discovery and Evidence, 2011-2012 Edition, by Michael R. Arkfeld.