E-discovery’s transformative effect on law has gone beyond practice and procedures, making its way into legislation and playing a significant role in the outcome of cases.

The most recent legislative updates on e-discovery’s role in litigation comes from the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). In the five months that have followed, cases in which the amendments played a role have made headlines, and convening to discuss those headlines was a group of e-discovery experts at a recent webinar by Zapproved.

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