Discovery is generally defined as a procedure in which a party requesting information submits a request and waits for the other party to respond to that request, with the expectation that eventually that information will be produced. Discovery is intended to provide knowledge and guidance about a legal case that would otherwise not be available to the parties if the case were to be before a traditional court. In some instances, parties use pre-litigation e-discovery to obtain relatively trivial information that will be helpful in the preparation of their case.
e-discovery refers to retrieval of information in legal proceedings including litigation, government investigations, and Freedom of Information Act requests where the data sought is in digital form. e-discovery allows a user to obtain records or other information as a result of a legal request under the Freedom of Information Act. It can take place through email or other online means, and may be a source of discovery for both parties. There are a variety of different types of e-discovery, and the rules governing each may vary slightly from case to case.
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