Countdown: Top 5 pitfalls when it comes to e-discovery

Since the e-discovery amendments are less than one year old, businesses commonly make compliance mistakes. For instance, are users following the corporate policy? Do the organization even have a legally defensible policy? Can you save what you need to? This podcast will outline the top five most common e-discovery mistakes and how you can learn from them — before you make them!

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Since the e-discovery amendments are less than one year old, businesses commonly make compliance mistakes. For instance, are users following the corporate policy? Do the organization even have a legally defensible policy? Can you save what you need to? This podcast will outline the top five most common e-discovery mistakes and how you can learn from them --before you make them!

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About the speaker:
Frank Lagorio, JD, is principal analyst for Contoural Inc.

This was last published in December 2008

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