Buckley Webcast: Trends in e-discovery technology and case law
Few areas of law evolve as rapidly as e-discovery. Technology-assisted review methods are improving on an almost daily basis, and courts and litigants are grappling with the exponential growth in data stored on company servers and employees’ personal devices. Buckley attorneys Caitlin Kasmar, Jay Williams, and T. Yankov discussed the latest developments in e-discovery technology and case law.
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