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BeyondRecognition's John Martin says he discovered 7,500+ incidents of privacy invasions in the classic Enron email public database
...of sharing an afternoon spring training game with William Hamilton on the only warm...
...ABA commentary on technological competence." Hamilton is a partner at Quarles & Brady in Tampa, and serves as an adjunct professor at UFLCL and...
On Thursday ALM's Virtual LegalTech, among other things, will be "Addressing the Big Data Dilemma: Deletion, Automation, and Managing Legal Risk. Speakers: Consultant Ronald Hedges, Jason R. Baron, d
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A number of Electronic Discovery Reference Model projects were completed and planned at the 8th annual EDRM Kickoff Meeting held in St. Paul, Minn., reports Quarles & Brady partner William Hamilton
...culture of law firms," said William Hamilton, a partner at Quarles & Brady. Firms must create e-discovery groups where "the best idea...
A dominant theme permeated Friday's fifth annual Colorado Association of Litigation Support Professionals' E-Discovery Summit: To speed processing and reduce costs, litigants must embrace the concept
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