DEC 12, 2011 8:56am ET

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As is invariably the case in technological advances, the many benefits of digital records are offset by significant risks. Chief among these risks is the cost of electronic discovery during litigation. E-discovery is the use of sophisticated sampling and search tools to mine databases for documents relevant to a lawsuit.

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