Redactions Aren’t Always as Straightforward as You Think: eDiscovery Best Practices
By Doug Austin
We were helping a recent client who had a lot of redactions in their production set, so I thought it made sense to revisit the topic here on this blog.
On the surface, it may seem easy enough to redact a document during eDiscovery review to obscure confidential or privileged information. You may think that all you need to do is draw a black box over the affected text, but there’s actually a lot more to consider in order to ensure that you don’t inadvertently produce information that was…
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