In this Grand Rapids Business Journal article written by Warner partners Scott Carvo and Madelaine Lane, they discuss how the discovery process in a litigation case is often the single biggest cost to businesses. If your business received a subpoena requesting emails, text messages, calendar entries, voicemails or other electronically stored materials, would you know where to begin? If your answer is no, it is time for an electronic discovery, or eDiscovery, audit.
Although no one likes to think about the possibility of litigation, the best time to do so is before being served. Understanding how your company stores data and your policies governing email and devices now can save you time, money and heartache down the road.
Read the GRBJ article here to learn about the five areas of focus to identify areas for improvement and efficiency to save you time, effort and money.
Scott Carvo and Madelaine Lane are both litigators and partners with Warner Norcross + Judd LLP, and co-chairs of the firm’s eDiscovery Center. Learn more about them by clicking on their names.