A large corporation is served with a complaint accusing it of participating in a price-fixing conspiracy. Multiple discovery requests follow seeking electronically stored information (ESI). In-house counsel speaks with the company’s IT department to estimate the scale of the review and is disturbed by the sheer number of files to be reviewed. How can a meaningful review be accomplished in a reasonable time frame in a cost-effective way?
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