Information about a patient's medical conditions, previous illnesses, surgeries, and family medical history.

Provisions specifying how and when payments are to be made under the contract.

A writing style in legal drafting that emphasizes clarity and simplicity to ensure that legal documents are easily understood by non-lawyers.

Formal written statements filed by the parties in a lawsuit, including complaints, answers, and counterclaims.

Words and phrases used in legal documents that express wishes or recommendations rather than creating legal obligations.

Medications prescribed by healthcare providers to treat or manage a patient's medical condition.

Original documents and materials, including statutes, regulations, and court decisions.

The evaluation of documents to determine if they are protected by attorney-client privilege or work product doctrine and should be withheld from disclosure.

The party responsible for providing ESI as part of the e-discovery process, often in response to a request for production.

The process of providing relevant documents to opposing parties during litigation or as required by legal obligations.

A prediction of the likely course and outcome of a patient's medical condition.


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