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b2ap3_thumbnail_attorney.jpgCyber law cases are unique, from the proceedings to the violations. Due to the nuanced nature of many cyber law cases, even the most minor violations can represent the difference between a case being lost or won. This is especially true as it pertains to electronic discovery. Electronic discovery simply refers to discoveries made in a legal proceeding (such as a government investigation or simple litigation), in which the information is in digital form. Because of the intangible nature of electronic discovery, it is treated much differently than paper evidence. The most common forms of electronic discovery include emails, various file types, and other types of electronic documents. Below we will discuss the way in which a skilled attorney can assist you during the electronic discovery process.

How a Cyber Law Expert Can Help

In cases involving electronic discovery, the presence of a quality legal professional can make or break your case. First and foremost, a skilled attorney will go through an extensive research process, examining documents, emails, and any form of electronic discovery that could benefit or harm your case. A knowledgeable attorney will also be cognizant of the role that megadata can play in the electronic discovery process. For instance, the dates and times at which a document was filed can be critically important in a trademark, copyright, or domain name case.

A competent attorney will also ensure that all relevant electronic discovery has been properly collected and preserved. Proving that an opposing side has destroyed relevant information can be a direct violation of the preservation process in all electronic discovery processes. A party could also be in violation if they do not transfer the information to their legal counsel as the information was found. Failure to recognize and identify these violations could result in a lost case.

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