Navigant featured in the American Bar Association's Section of Litigation
Litigators are already intimately familiar with the identification, collection, review, and production of unstructured data such as emails, documents, and paper. More recently, they are faced with the task of collecting and producing data from formats such as financial or accounting systems, transactional databases, chat, voicemail, or even social media. While there are many tools on the market designed to efficiently and defensibly review and produce documents, few address this new frontier.
This article, featured in the American Bar Association's Section of Litigation examines nontraditional data, the importance of capturing the data in a meaningful way as well as best practices.