Technology has redefined the way clients across all industries do business, including how we operate in the legal sector. Electronic discovery now plays a critical role spanning from pre-litigation activities to preservation, collection, production, and use of electronically stored information during trial. Like other technologies, when used properly, the steps of identifying, collecting, and producing electronically stored information can result in not only drastic cost savings for clients but also better results. However, without the proper legal guidance, electronic discovery has the potential to increase litigation costs and can even result in drastic consequences for litigants that range from adverse inferences for spoliation of evidence to outright dismissal of a litigant’s claims. Liskow & Lewis has a team of attorneys with years of practical experience dedicated to assisting clients with the many challenges that arise both prior to and during litigation in connection with the use of electronically stored information.