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Preparing Documents for eDiscovery – Part 3 – Processing Emails and Attachments

The following are procedures we adopt at Meridian Litigation Analytics for processing emails and attachments in preparation for eDiscovery. Emails in PST format are the easiest files to process. PST files are best created in a controlled manner from within Outlook.  Typically, PST files are created per period where large cases are involved, example A v B –…

Preparing Documents for eDiscovery – Part 2 – Processing Electronic documents

The following are procedures we adopt at Meridian Litigation Analytics for processing electronic documents in preparation for eDiscovery. When receiving a large number of electronic stored information (ESI) from a client, such as on CDs or removable hard drives, a careful analysis has to be carried out on this ESI before loading into our eDiscovery…

Preparing Documents for eDiscovery – Part 1 – Processing paper documents

The following are procedures we adopt at Meridian Litigation Analytics for processing paper based documents in preparation for eDiscovery. Client paper documents are generally received in a variety of containers: loose Lever Arch files, boxes of Lever Arch files, loose documents in Metrofile, Optiplan Roratrim type boxes, paper folders and ad hoc bundles of loose…

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