Husch Blackwell’s E-Discovery practice group focuses on efficient and cost-effective solutions for addressing our clients’ electronic discovery needs. Our dedicated interdisciplinary team of attorneys and technology professionals manages all aspects of e-discovery, protects our clients’ business and litigation interests, and reduces the cost associated with e-discovery. We leverage our experience and substantial resources to make e-discovery an advantage in litigation, rather than an expensive distraction.
Our E-Discovery team consists of experienced litigation attorneys with knowledge of both the legal and technical aspects of e-discovery; information technology professionals who have in-depth knowledge of the ever-changing technology our clients use; and litigation support professionals who are dedicated exclusively to handling electronic data from the beginning of a matter to the end.
We tackle e-discovery in complex litigation early in the life of the case, starting with developing a disciplined, targeted and defensible plan for data identification, preservation, and targeted collection. We then employ the latest technology to organize, search, review and produce the data. We craft an e-discovery approach that is not only highly efficient and cost effective, but also one that is tailored for each client's business and case.
Our E-Discovery team coordinates with our Information Governance attorneys to provide clients with exceptional document and data management strategies long before the prospect of litigation arises. Our Information Governance attorneys develop and institute appropriate and defensible document and data retention programs, information management systems and procedures, and counsel clients regarding data privacy and security. Together our E-Discovery and Information Governance practice groups are positioned to assist clients with all aspects of document and data management, both outside of the litigation context and throughout the life of one case or a series of related cases.