The process of identifying, collecting, and reviewing electronically stored information (ESI) as part of legal proceedings.
A sheet allowing a deponent to make corrections to their deposition transcript after reviewing it.
Any data or information that is stored in an electronic format, including emails, documents, databases, and more.
A document or physical item presented and marked for identification during a deposition, often included in the deposition summary.
A witness with specialized knowledge or expertise who may offer opinions in addition to factual information during a deposition.
A document prepared by a medical expert that summarizes and explains medical information and opinions relevant to a legal case.
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