E-discovery: For potential trial witnesses, custodian interviews should never be just about e-discovery
The explosion of electronic communications has created an entire generation of attorneys who are focused upon electronic data analysis as the primary means of assessing their own clients claims and defenses.
By Matthew Prewitt|November 09, 2012
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This is the third column in a series addressing the challenges of early case assessment in the era of e-discovery. View the first column here and the second column here.
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