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The Weekly Electronic Discovery News Roundup

Created on February 13, 2012

>Welcome back to E-Discovery Beat′s regular feature: The Weekly Electronic Discovery News Roundup. Continuing the tradition of keeping our readers up to date with the latest in e-discovery news, best practices and case law. Here is the February 13, 2012 edition, and be sure to check back next week.

 

Is Keyword Search an Ethical Option (eDiscovery Journal)

New study says cost is most frustrating factor in e-discovery (Inside Counsel)

Applying E-Discovery Best Practices to Cloud Computing (Law Technology News)

On Appeal, KPMG Ordered to Continue Preservation of more than 2500 Hard Drives (Electronic Discovery Law)

Anatomy of an E-Discovery Project (Law Technology News)

Impressions from Legal Tech New York 2012: Cloud, eDiscovery, Information Governance Dominate (The Compleat ECM Angle)

 

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