When done well, discovery in litigation advances a party’s interests, uncovers critical information, and drives a matter to successful resolution. When done poorly, discovery can create monumental obstacles and costly distractions. Either way, discovery is often the most expensive aspect of litigation and investigations. Particularly when considering the volume and variety of electronically stored information, it pays to use the right attorneys.
HBC’s eDiscovery practice is led by Dan Nichols. With years of experience, Dan guides clients through eDiscovery problems and finds practical and legally defensible solutions. Dan teaches eDiscovery at Lewis & Clark Law School, and he is a sought-after speaker on the topic. Dan is a former partner of the nation’s preeminent eDiscovery firm, Redgrave LLP.