Nothing jazzes up E-Discovery Day like a little controversy. The panel “E-Discovery Day Crossfire—Debating the Controversial Issues of E-Discovery” was moderated by Reed Smith partner David Cohen and featured firm partners Therese Craparo and Anthony Diana taking up opposing viewpoints on some of the more divisive issues facing the field.

Below are some of the highlights from the panel:

Preservation and Production from Employees’ Personal Devices

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