Legal Document Review

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Why should my firm use temporary attorneys for legal document review?

Legal Document Review

When working with an electronic discovery request, there must be a legal document review for confidentiality issues and attorney-client privilege issues. In some cases, the electronic documents might be extensive, which then uses a lot of time that attorneys could be using to spend time with clients or on other, more pressing document generation for clients.

Temporary attorneys review a high number of documents for law firms for confidentiality and privileged matter issues. Most non-discoverable documents are in the form of letters to and from the attorney and the attorney's client, though other documents may be non-discoverable. These documents are separated from discoverable documents. The firm then produces the discoverable documents in response to a request for electronic discovery.

Electronic discovery can be provided via disk to the requesting party. Providing electronic discovery on disk saves the firm time and money. Money is saved on costs for the firm's staff to put together the discovery package, copy the discovery, and postage for mailing the discovery.



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