The first step in budgeting is to prepare an estimate based upon your best guesses and assumptions about the data to be collected. Remember, the opposing party will undoubtedly respond to your discovery requests as burdensome, not relevant, overbroad, inaccessible, and too costly. In anticipation of these objections, you will need to practice what is called "anticipatory e-discovery" to take the steam out of the objections from the opposing party.
Some factors to be considered should include:
(Human review will be more accurate when doing small scale review)
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