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Discovery Digest - April 2014

The Discovery Digest is the definitive source of discovery news. This bi-monthly e-newsletter is packed with information on discovery “hot topics,” recent case law, and upcoming events.

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Discovery Insights: 5 questions about what government agencies should consider when collecting data
It can be a challenge for government agencies to collect electronic data in response to their litigation and investigation matters. Patrick McColloch addresses five questions regarding the collection process that may help you be more efficient in your collection efforts.
   
Too much data, too little support: How federal agencies feel about eDiscovery now
Like many attorneys and IT departments in the private sector, the professionals in federal agencies remain uneasy about their ability to manage eDiscovery and the vast stores of data they compile. Barely half of them feel ready to discuss matters regarding e-discovery with opposing counsel.
   
Legal billing and predictive coding: A fresh way to assess your legal spend
In recent years, many law departments and law firms have been challenged with the task of reducing the costs of delivering services. In order to do that, counsel needs to be able to assess their past and current billing activities.
   
Discovery Insights: 5 questions on cross-border eDiscovery challengesA growing number of companies are finding themselves confronted with the challenge of collecting, processing, reviewing and producing data from locations outside of the United States. Benton Armstrong discusses how receiving a discovery request or data demand that crosses international borders can present a variety of challenges given today’s international data privacy landscape.

 

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