E-discovery counsel Shannon Capone Kirk participated in a Law Practice Today roundtable discussing how e-discovery has become a standalone practice area as the amount and type of information stored electronically by parties to litigation has grown, and what the future holds for this practice. Discussing Ropes & Gray’s e-discovery practice, Ms. Kirk said, “We have extensive experience negotiating e-discovery parameters at the meet and confer stage and navigating e-discovery disputes among counsel and, where necessary, during motions practice. We also are experienced in complex project management, that marries with legal requirements and legal standards, on the use of advanced technologies for investigative and production reviews. The practice also investigates and manages the data side of data intrusions, and helps develop cost-effective data retention and destruction plans, policies, and guidelines. We provide full litigation readiness counseling and records management solutions.”
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