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New Survey Indicates Global 250 Interested in Legal Hold and Collection Tools and More E-Discovery News of the Week

Created on October 1, 2012

eDiscovery Times: eDiscovery Solutions Group (eDSG) CEO and senior analyst Charles Skamser analyzes a recent survey revealing that Global250 companies are most interested in investing in legal hold and collection tools over the next twelve months here.

e-Discovery Team: E-Discovery attorney Ralph Losey announces the launch of EDBP.com, a new reference of e-discovery best practices for practicing attorneys and paralegals here.

Inside Counsel: Attorneys Joseph Fogel and Todd Ohlms, partners at Freeborn & Peters, provide tips on how in-house counsel can turn the tables during e-discovery here.

eDiscoveryJournal: eDiscoveryJournal Contributor Karl Schieneman recaps last week's ARMA conference here.

Electronic Discovery Law: K&L Gates bloggers look at recent developments in the Rambus spoliation case here.

Law Technology News: LTN technology editor Sean Doherty discusses a session at the ARMA conference on information governance strategies here.

 

 

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