Lawyers tend to organize life into manageable schedules. Sometimes this daily routine can make life too monotonous, even for workaholics. Finding extra time for new experiences can be challenging
Gabriela Baron, vice president for business development at Xerox Litigation Services, discusses big-picture e-discovery trends, including what clients are putting on their wish lists
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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Originally Published: The Recorder
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