E-Discovery is often treated as a reactive activity without defined, repeatable processes, resulting in missed deadlines, lost evidence, and miscommunications, all of which can all lead to wasted time, increased internal costs, and potential legal sanctions. But e-discovery doesn't have to be reactive.
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