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In-House Texas: July 2013In this issue, an in-depth profile and Q&A with the GC of the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio. Plus, a "Special Report on Litigation and E-Discovery" covers using predictive coding, implementing a holistic approach to reduce risk and cost, and incorporating cloud services.
Blissful Balance: General Counsel Makes a Difference in Her Hometown
Cynthia Sanchez Escamilla says she loves working for the University of the Incarnate Word because it has a mission to provide education for traditionally underserved populations.
Best Practices: Think Critically and Ask Good Questions
Cynthia Sanchez Escamilla, general counsel of the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio, says she prefers to work with outside counsel who think critically and make high-level inquiries.
Put Predictive Coding to Work to Save E-Discovery Costs
Is computer-assisted review, or predictive coding, the holy grail for in-house counsel? Will it finally curb the explosive growth in costs for electronic discovery in large-data-volume cases?
Reduce Risks, Costs With Holistic E-Discovery Program
E-discovery poses risks and imposes costs on businesses. But in-house counsel who implement a comprehensive approach to data retention, collection, processing and review can lower those costs and risks significantly.
Four Key Issues in Cloud Storage
In-house counsel should keep discovery obligations in mind when developing a comprehensive information management plan that incorporates cloud services. Here are four key issues to consider.