What Does "Reasonable" Really Mean? Practical Examples from Recent Case Law

In this white paper, learn how several case law rulings define "reasonableness" with respect to preservation, formulating discovery requests, and TAR.

What Does "Reasonable" Really Mean? Practical Examples from Recent Case Law

In e-discovery, many concepts are defined in relationship to "reasonableness," but there isn't a formal definition of what that means. Definitions of concepts like reasonableness and proportionality are largely defined through case law.

In this white paper from Exterro's E-Discovery Case Law Library Project, learn about five recent case law rulings that lay out the fundamentals of "reasonableness" with respect to:

  • Legal hold and preservation processes
  • E-Discovery production requests
  • Technology assisted review (TAR) processes

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