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Limit Litigation Expenses by Streamlining Storage of Electronic Information

June 6, 2016
Construction Executive

In an article published in the June issue of Construction Executive, Gina M. Vitiello and Patrick Kennedy provide guidance to construction companies on how to cut costs during an e-discovery process in litigation. The article details ways to reduce litigation expenses by establishing proportionality in requests for data, changing internal processes and cooperating with the other side. Vitiello and Kennedy emphasize the importance of managing internal data so that it can be easily accessible in the event litigation arises, further driving the process of litigation to become more efficient.