E-Discovery: Twenty Questions and Answers
E-discovery has shaken up litigation across America. The case law is developing in a number of areas and conflicting decisions are not unusual. This concise book examines recurring issues in the area of e-discovery in an accessible question and answer format. It offers insight into the thorny issues and references specific cases to make your research quicker and easier. It provides much-needed clarity on the issues that you see in e-discovery.
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