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Five pioneer judges who shaped the evolution of e-discovery: Shira Scheindlin, Lee Rosenthal, Andrew Peck, Paul Grimm, John Facciola
...and project managers at 63 national law firms, most in the...being stored in over-full archives. The cost and...
...of the few companies that had access to Twitter's complete archives since its inception in 2006 (known as the "fire hose"...
...Biddle & Reath (and the former director of litigation at the National Archives), and ...
Consumer marking and branding company Authentic Brands Group announced Wednesday its acquisition of the licensing rights to Elvis Presley and Muhammad Ali
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
The Innovators: Carol Levitt. She expected her company, Internet for Lawyers, to last five years. She underestimated that by several decades
U.S. attorneys can get tripped up by unfamiliar regulation, which, if violated, can mean stiff penalties
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...irector of litigation for the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). Meanwhile, ...
IT-Lex Innovate Conference kicks off with debate over who pays for e-Discovery. Anthony Mendenhall wins an essay contest but doesn't win over Judge John Facciola
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