Our attorneys are skilled in managing investigations and litigation matters involving large volumes of electronically stored information (“ESI”). The firm has an e-Discovery Committee, which has developed and implemented an internal e-Discovery Protocol with the goal of leveraging early case assessment techniques and other best practices to maximize efficiency of identification, preservation, collection, and production of ESI and minimize associated costs. As part of this protocol we have partnered with vendors who are expert in the handling of ESI and who have implemented state-of-the-art procedures for the protection of our clients’ sensitive data.

One of our attorneys is a founding co-chair of the e-Discovery and the Use of Technology Section of the Georgia Bar, which develops programming to educate and train Georgia lawyers across practice areas about all facets of legal technology and e-discovery, including the tools and applications; best practices and procedures; applicable rules and laws; and ethical considerations.