Full Disclosure - How To Comply With Rules Of Discovery Concerning Your Electronically Stored Information by: Robert B. Holt, Jr.
Insights 07/01/2010

State and federal court rules have always provided that a business's information is discoverable if it is relevant to litigation and not protected by attorney-client privilege. However, the federal court rules and, more recently, the Michigan court rules, have been amended to recognize the expanding use and importance of electronically stored information (ESI). The rules make it clear now that ESI is discoverable, too.

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