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In this month’s In-House Counsel: In-house counsel can learn some important lessons from the saga of those supposedly lost White House e-mails. Plus more…
Taking Some Lessons From the Top The disappearance of thousands of White House e-mails bruised the Bush administration’s credibility this spring. But the episode did offer key lessons for executives and in-house lawyers at any large company, organization, or government agency. by William McComas and Joseph E. Sandler
Brett CoffeeOn the Record with Brett Coffee Brett Coffee is general counsel for Computer Systems Center Inc. and for the SemperComm Foundation, both based in Springfield, Va. He discusses his work with Legal Times…. • The Basics of Electronic Discovery Despite a tricky juggling act, in-house lawyers expect their outside counsel to be able to handle e-discovery in a competent and cost-effective manner. The stakes are high: In-house lawyers know that poorly planned or executed e-discovery can throw a litigation budget badly out of whack and even jeopardize the company. by Michael A. Gold

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