In this white paper, learn how several case law rulings define "reasonableness" with respect to preservation, formulating discovery requests, and TAR.
In e-discovery, many concepts are defined in relationship to "reasonableness," but there isn't a formal definition of what that means. Definitions of concepts like reasonableness and proportionality are largely defined through case law.
In this white paper from Exterro's E-Discovery Case Law Library Project, learn about five recent case law rulings that lay out the fundamentals of "reasonableness" with respect to:
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