A court-issued order that mandates the preservation of specific ESI for use as evidence in a legal case.

A formal, out-of-court oral testimony of a witness or party involved in a legal case, typically recorded by a court reporter.

The process of condensing and summarizing the key points, statements, and information from a deposition transcript for easier reference and understanding.

The identification of a medical condition or disease based on symptoms and diagnostic tests.

Out-of-pocket expenses incurred by the law firm, such as court filing fees, travel expenses, or expert witness fees, which are billed to the client.

The pretrial phase where parties gather and exchange information, evidence, and documents relevant to the case.

A secure and organized storage system for legal documents, often used for collaboration and sharing during review.

The process of examining and analyzing legal documents, such as contracts, agreements, or evidence, to assess their content and implications.


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