Wood & Lee’s e-Discovery team consists of knowledgeable and tech-savvy lawyers who work to alleviate concerns our clients may have about their duties and obligations regarding this rapidly changing field. Our lawyers guide clients through this technological landscape by devising and implementing sound data management and security practices that minimise the risk of liability in the event of litigation. Our lawyers also provide a broad range of advisory and counselling services and online resources that ensure our clients’ compliance with new e-discovery rules. Our lawyers address critical areas of concern affected by quickly evolving rules regarding data management, privacy and security.
- Review data storage systems in preparation for e-discovery audits.
- Draft information management policies.
- Provide client access to our e-discovery portal which contains essential forms, case information and regulations pertaining to electronic data and e-discovery.
- We are your strategic ally in data production, document management, file recovery and other technology solution providers.
- Work with leading providers to modify or develop software packages to meet e-discovery rules requirements.
- Advise on the litigation consequences of implementing new technologies.
- Set up processes for the review and production of documents for litigation.
- Coordinate litigation and discovery strategies.
- Manage discovery conferences with opposing counsel.
- Work with in-house information technology team liaisons and committees.
- Oversee all aspects of data production from numerous software applications.
- Train in-house lawyers and staff on e-discovery issues, pitfalls, rules and best practices.
- Develop e-discovery contingency plans to put our clients in best position to effectively manage e-discovery demands.
In addition to electronic discovery services, our lawyers also offer clients counselling in the following areas:
- Offshore data services vendor compliance and international data management.
- Employment and labour law.
- Identity theft protection laws and privacy protection.