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Keeping up with case law is challenging. New opinions come out every day, and they’re often lengthy, only partially on point, or hard to decipher and distill into their essential takeaways — if not all of the above. Legal departments have more than enough to do just to stay on top of their own work! But especially in the field of ediscovery, case precedents establish how the rules are applied and what businesses must do to conform with best practices, especially regarding spoliation.

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