By Helen Geib, QDiscovery
“Identification” in eDiscovery is the process of learning about the client’s electronically stored information (ESI) in order to locate, preserve and collect discoverable data. The identification stage is the foundation of the entire eDiscovery project.
This post is part one of a three part series on eDiscovery identification essentials. It provides an overview of the purpose, process and practical considerations of identification within the overall eDiscovery project.
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