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Introduction to Electronic Discovery and Evidence

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Hello folks and thank you for tuning in to the inaugural episode of the E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts Webinar.  I am your E-Discovery Consultant, Anthony Johnson.

In this episode, we will talk about the basics of e-discovery, what e-discovery is, and how to request electronic information.  Whether your case is large or small, or whether you are a sole practitioner, a paralegal in a large firm, or pro se litigant, discovery issues relating to electronically stored information (ESI) will have to be addressed and resolved.

Ninety-nine (99%) of all documents are created and stored electronically and all litigants have a duty to request and disclose responsive electronic evidence in their cases.  Whether you are a homeowner who just received a Lis Pendens or Notice of Foreclosure, or a consumer who had just received a summons to appear in court on a debt matter, you can request the opposing party to produce electronically stored information (ESI) to substantiate the standing to bring the action against you.

ESI includes e-mail, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio, video, or any content in a digital format.

For further information on how to understand electronic evidence as it relates to your situation, contact A. Johnson & Associates, LLC, 888-502-0586, or www.ediscoverynow.net.

DISCLAIMER:  We are not attorneys.  We are not engaged in rendering legal advice.  We are E-Discovery Consultants.  If legal advice is required, the assistance of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained. 

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