Terms and Conditions of Use

Use of this Website is subject to the terms and conditions of use ("Terms") set forth below. Accessing this Website is considered an acknowledgement that these Terms are understood and considered to be reasonable and affirmatively accepted. These Terms may be amended from time to time.


Your privacy is valued by the eDiscovery People.  We have a dedicated page that details our Privacy Policy.

Materials on this Website

Materials on this Website are here for general information purposes only.  Materials include Articles, Blog, Forum posts, Comments, content on website pages, and all other information published on the Website of eDiscovery People. The materials on this Website should not be construed as legal advice, legal opinion or any other advice on any specific facts or circumstances. Transmission of information on or by use of this Website is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, a lawyer-client relationship between the sender and receiver. Such communications will not be treated as confidential.  Without professional advice readers should not act or refrain from acting upon information accessible on this Website.  Graphics and photographs on this Website are added for dramatization and illustration purposes only and may include models and/or licensed stock imagery. Likenesses do not imply current affiliation or membership.

Without Express Written Permission, Please Do Not Repost Information From Our Site On Another Website

For materials on our website protected by copyright, save fair use, we do not allow you to post any of our website publications (either in full or in part) on your website or another website.

Website Code

eDiscovery People arrange for periodic checks as to whether the operation of this Website, including materials posted to it, were compromised by unauthorized or malicious code.  Nevertheless, we do not guarantee that operation of this Website is free of malicious code and we do not accept any responsibility for any damage or loss caused by any such code.

Third Party Information and Links to Websites and Resources

This Website may provide links to a variety of other Internet resources and may provide access to third-party information. However, the Website of the eDiscovery People and its operators and contributors, are not responsible for any third party content, products or services that may be accessed through the Website and the availability of links on this Website to such third party content. Products or services should not be construed as referrals to, or endorsements of, the linked entities or the content, products or services that they make available. eDiscovery People, upon request from the linked entity (with sufficient detail including the particular page URL and link URL), will remove any link from this Website. Without our prior written consent, you may not link material on this Website with another website, or associate material on this Website – by way of iFrame or otherwise – with another webpage or materials of any other entity.

Contacting Us

If you are contacting the eDiscovery People through an Internet email facility provided through this Website, or associated with this domain, you should not send and confidential, privileged or sensitive information. Legal advice is not provided through the Website.  Your use of the Internet email facility on this Website, or associated with this domain, does not create a lawyer-client relationship. If you have a specific legal question, we recommend that you contact your own legal counsel in person. 

No Lawyer-Client Relationship

Legal advice is not provided through this Website.  Your use of the Internet email facility on this Website does not give rise to a lawyer-client relationship. This Website is not intended to be an offer to represent you.  A lawyer-client relationship does not exist between you and the eDiscovery People, and a lawyer-client relationship does not exist between you and any eDiscovery People members or affiliates, as a result of communications made via this Website.  No lawyer-client relationship is intended in connection with the information published on this Website.

Limitation of Liability

In no event shall the eDiscovery People, its members, affiliates, agents or contributors to this Website be liable for any loss or injury, or any damages, whether direct, special, indirect, punitive, incidental, exemplary, consequential, or otherwise, whether based on breach of contract, tort (including negligence), product liability or otherwise, resulting from or occasioned by your access to or use of this Website.

No Assurances

eDiscovery People makes no warranties, representations, or claims of any kind concerning the information available from, or the operation of, this Website. We do our best to keep our Website filled with current and accurate information, however you should not rely on this information or its applicability to any specific circumstances without obtaining your own independent professional legal advice. The information on this Website is subject to change without notice. The information on this Website should in no way be taken as an indication of future developments or results.  eDiscovery People and contributing authors expressly disclaim all liability to any person for anything done or not done, wholly or partly in reliance, in light of any such use or non-use of the information available on this Website.


You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless eDiscovery People, its members, affiliates and contributors from any liability, loss, claim and expense – including attorneys’ reasonable fees – related to your violation of these Terms.  You agree that you will not use this Website for any unlawful purpose or for any purpose prohibited by these Terms.


The right to vary or amend these terms and conditions from time to time is reserved. Any change to these Terms takes effect upon posting to this Website. If any of these Terms becomes invalid or unenforceable in any jurisdiction, such shall not affect: (a) the validity or enforceability in that jurisdiction of any other Term or (b) the validity or enforceability in other jurisdictions of that Term or any other Term.