Practical advice for counsel on how to curb costs related to e-discovery, even as the volume of electronically stored information is ever increasing
The exponential increase in the use of electronically stored information has caused many logistical problems with logging privileged information. Practitioners and scholars have offered a few suggest
Notice to the bar
Notice to the bar
Using categories and sampling to assert privilege rather than the traditional (and onerous) document-by-document approach, the cost of privilege logging can be reduced
In the future, we all will be flying through clouds from time to time. You need procedures that allow you to navigate through the data while keeping the litigation on course
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