Production is the Part You Don’t Want to Get Wrong

In many instances, the “completion” (pretrial presentation) of an eDiscovery project is the “production” of documents that will meet the requests made by the other side.  Since productions themselves are meant to contain the relevant documents, a well-thought-out production process is key to both meeting the needs of the production request and the needs of the client.  Through many years of experience in creating productions, we’ve identified a number of issues that may arise, and offer suggestions on how to deal with them.  Issues include redaction, complex file types, numbering and more.  Solutions can lie in the steps before production, particularly during review.  A white paper is also available on this topic: click here.