If you are wondering why the annual Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute draws attendees faster than a One Direction concert draws teenagers, there's a major reason: the opportunity to interact with a small posse of jurists who are determining the future of electronic data discovery, reports Monica Bay, LTN's editor-in-chief, from the two-day conference in Tysons Corner, McLean, Va., near Washington, D.C.
Impatient Judges Push Lawyers to Dive Into E-Discovery
Law Technology News
December 7, 2012
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