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Survey Shows Surge in E-Discovery Work at Law Firms and Corporations and More News of the Week

Created on July 9, 2012

Law Technology News: Monica Bay reports on a new study by the The Cowen Group, which shows a strong spurt of growth in e-discovery workload at law firms and corporations here.

e-Discovery Team: E-discovery attorney Ralph Losey provides day two of his predictive coding narrative here.

Electronic Discovery Law: K&L Gates bloggers recap a case in which the court ordered production of five year's of content from Facebook and MySpace here.

Ball in Your Court: E-discovery expert and attorney Craig Ball shares his thoughts on data deduplication here.

eDiscovery Journal: Sheryl Thierry, director of records management at URS corporation is interviewed about records management & records retention schedules here.

Inside Counsel: Alanna Byrne offers a slew of insightful e-discovery facts and figures here.

 

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