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Discovery in civil law suits...

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In most litigation, the parties seek information and documents and email, etc that is relevant to the issues. In some cases the volume of documents can be overwhelming... 100,000's or even millions of pages. Entire crews (dozens or hundreds) of lawyers will sit for 15 - 18 hours a day examining documents to determine if they are relevant or whether they should be protected. Everything is up for grabs... It must all be reviewed. Everything... Even if you are the CEO and you just might have video downloads of pregnant lessie porn ---- hours and hours... And some home movies and photos from business trips after hours activity!:shock: Not my case. Interesting courthouse hallway talk ... Creepy. Makes ya want to check to see if ya still own the stock.

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In most litigation, the parties seek information and documents and email, etc that is relevant to the issues. In some cases the volume of documents can be overwhelming... 100,000's or even millions of pages. Entire crews (dozens or hundreds) of lawyers will sit for 15 - 18 hours a day examining documents to determine if they are relevant or whether they should be protected. Everything is up for grabs... It must all be reviewed. Everything... Even if you are the CEO and you just might have video downloads of pregnant lessie porn ---- hours and hours... And some home movies and photos from business trips after hours activity!:shock: Not my case. Interesting courthouse hallway talk ... Creepy. Makes ya want to check to see if ya still own the stock.

 

Rule 26 sez "Reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence."

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