Civil Litigation

Anonymous
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As a paralegal, part of your job will be to type up responses to discovery requests, including interrogatories. Sometimes, a client might have written out responses, and you will simply be typing them into the document. Other times, you will need to assist the client in formatting responses. Your supervising attorney has asked you to formulate a set of requests for production of documents for his review, which could be served on the opposing party in our car accident case. Time-consuming and costly producing e-discovery can be expensive. How do you think you best tackle an e-discovery request? How do you pare down what you need without spending hours searching?

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