Outten & Golden attorneys conduct discovery when we litigate and arbitrate to obtain all available evidence so we can build the strongest case possible. Discovery is the process of requesting and obtaining evidence from the opposing party, and producing our own evidence as the law requires while protecting it as the law permits. Discovery can be costly and time-consuming but it can yield a goldmine of evidence supporting our client's claims and refuting the employer's case. All parties in a case are obligated to retain and not destroy potential evidence from the time they reasonably anticipate litigation.
Outten & Golden lawyers have years of experience conducting discovery, including depositions of witnesses, paper-based discovery, and discovery of electronic data such as e-mails and other information stored on computers or other electronic devices.