Now retired, Lance Armstrong no longer scales the alpine peaks of Europe, but the disgraced cyclist's terse admission about using banned substances could put him back on a steep legal path — on
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This interview with Ken Reed, senior director of FTI Consulting in Dallas, is the first of a series that John Cleaves will conduct with litigation support personnel who lead technology trial teams
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