Finding electronic evidence has to be one of the most valuable ways to build an effective case - find information that either sparks non-electronic research, or use that evidence in court. Here Craig Ball shares tips on better discovery of electronic evidence. "ESI" means Electronically Stored Information. I must say I agree with all but one tip, which is asking the opposing party for their keywords. This article is split into two parts, use the "Read more" for the first, and click here for the second part.