Discovering information relevant to the subject of an inquiry or dispute is one of the core elements of the investigative and litigation process. Today, that discovery is primarily of the electronic kind. In fact, “e-discovery” has become one of the prominent concerns in the legal community and, as most attorneys could attest, is far from easy.


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