Anyone that’s ever been involved in a lawsuit dreads the discovery process. In the United States, litigating parties typically must produce all relevant information that they possess or control to the other side—known as producing discovery—which can be very expensive and time consuming.

As little as 20 years ago, paper documents made up the bulk of the discovery documents that each side produced. Today, the amount of electronic documents available for production, from emails to PDFs to spreadsheets—known as eDiscovery—is many times greater than the paper documents of the past.

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