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E-discovery will be relatively easy if the information sought is stored

Question : E-discovery will be relatively easy if the information sought is stored : 2162313

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

21) E-discovery will be relatively easy if the information sought is stored, and probably unlikely if it is contained in:

A) Spreadsheets

B) Email

C) Instant messages

D) Word processed documents

22) An advantage of requesting documents in their native format is:

A) You are guaranteed they will be compatible with any case management program you use

B) There may be metadata attached

C) You are guaranteed that you will have the software needed to open them

D) They produce a more readable image

23) All of the following are grounds for objections to interrogatories except:

A) It is protected by privilege

B) It is protected by the work product doctrine

C) It harms the client's case

D) It is a trade secret

24) The documents produced may be personal in nature; therefore:

A) A motion for a protective order should be filed

B) The response should include an objection to producing the items

C) Only the attorney should see them

D) There is no exception to prevent documents of a personal nature from being produced.

25) The answer to the request for production should include:

A) Copies of the documents, organized and labeled with a number that matches the request they are responsive to

B) A statement signed by the client attesting to the accuracy of the answers

C) Information on where and when larger items will be made available for inspection

D) All of the above

26) Objections to interrogatories normally arise from:

A) Questions that lead to information that is admissible at trial

B) Questions that seek information that is not admissible at trial

C) Questions that are poorly drafted

D) All of the above

27) An extension to answer interrogatories or request for production may be obtained:

A) By stipulation of counsel

B) By motion for enlargement of time

C) Within the scheduling order a universal extension may be agreed to

D) All of the above

28) Answers to interrogatories:

A) Once reviewed, may require a motion to compel

B) Once reviewed, conclude the discovery process.

C) Once reviewed, may open up new areas for investigation and discovery.

D) All of the above

29) Preparing requests for documents is similar to:

A) Drafting a complaint

B) Drafting interrogatories

C) Drafting a motion

D) All of the above

30) If the paralegal, when reviewing documents, discovers something that is privileged:

A) The paralegal should prepare a motion for protective order

B) The paralegal should destroy that item

C) The paralegal should advise the attorney, who will make a determination

D) The attorney should destroy the item

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

31) Depositions are a posttrial discovery device.

32) Depositions are a pretrial tool where the opportunity is given to ask questions of both parties and witnesses under oath.

33) Oral depositions are the traditional form of deposition with questions asked of "deponents" under oath and recorded.

34) Depositions cannot be videotaped.

35) Depositions do not allow for attorneys to observe the opposing party's witnesses.

36) Depositions are a good opportunity to assist attorneys in determining credibility in witnesses's answers.

37) A notice of deposition is all that is required to compel a witness to attend a deposition.

38) When preparing for a deposition, it may be useful to run a computer search of the deponent.

39) Parties and lay witnesses may be deposed, but not expert witnesses.

40) It would be an impermissible tainting of evidence to permit a deposed witness to review the deposition transcript prior to testifying in court.

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