Glaxo Asst. GC Weighs In on E-discovery Rule Changes
Leah Lorber, assistant general counsel with GlaxoSmithKline, is urging fellow in-house counsel and their outside lawyers to weigh in on proposed court rule changes that could make e-discovery less costly and time-consuming.
By Sue ReisingerOctober 03, 2013
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