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October 21, 2005


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P. K. Scott

From my own experience, reasons number 3 and 6 are critical reasons for getting electronic copies of emails when the purpose of reviewing emails is to recreate technical work to determine if what was originally done was the way it should have been done. My experience is from insurance coverage cases, but I would guess the same sort of activity would be critical for medical malpractice or product liability cases.

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