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You Can Take It With You: Bringing An E-Discovery Case To Your New Firm

Congratulations: you have a new job with a new firm and your client with the “e-Discovery case” wants to come with you, the only “e-Discovery” expert lawyer that it trusts to represent it. But it may not be as simple as...more

Plus-Sized e-Discovery for Medium-Sized Firms

In cases involving large amounts of electronically stored information (ESI), those of us at mid-sized or smaller firms may sometimes feel a little out-gunned when the requests for production and documents start flying. While...more

Second Time Around: Inheriting an E-Discovery Case

If you are your client’s second counsel, make them wish they had hired you in the first place. Inheriting an e-Discovery matter is rife with opportunities for retreading your predecessor’s mistakes and can be a minefield...more

1/21/2014  /  ESI Guidelines , Vendor Contacts
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