Electronic Discovery


While the vast majority of business owners never have to enter a courtroom, when they must – and this could happen for a number of reasons – preparation is essential to avoid pitfalls and to comply with complicated rules regarding evidence preservation and data production.

When facing a complex legal dispute, you need a sound and strategic plan for requesting and disclosing electronically stored information (ESI). The Florida Small Business Center has years of experience creating and carrying out electronic discovery (eDiscovery) plans for clients in a broad range of industries.

Electronic Discovery Services When You Need Them

eDiscovery is one of the most critical and least understood phases of litigation. Issues related to search, spoliation, and withholding of evidence are increasingly complicated, but they now have a significant role in the litigation process. You want to work with a Florida business attorney who understands these constantly-evolving laws and knows how to apply them to protect your rights.

The Florida Small Business Center works with clients and their IT departments in the early stages of a dispute or investigation. We develop a custom plan to identify, review, and analyze documents with minimal disruption to your business.

We regularly assist clients with:

  • Retrieving archived information
  • Preparation of appropriate litigation hold documents
  • Confidentiality matters, trade secrets, and intellectual property management
  • Presenting electronic evidence during hearings and trials
  • Creating policies regarding the use of computers, the Internet, email, and other
  • electronic communication devices
  • Creating policies for creating, retaining, and destroying documents

Are You Facing Electronic Discovery?

The rate and complexity of technological advances make eDiscovery one of the most challenging parts of litigation and enforcement. The Florida Small Business Legal Center will help you deal with litigation effectively and find innovative solutions to challenging problems. To schedule a consultation, call us at 1-866-842-5202.

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