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Instant archiving has saved me countless hours of sifting through old or outdated project files. And yet all the data is still there in a touch of a button. 

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Views from the Bench

eDiscovery can be expensive, complex and risky, yet it has become - amid the growing decline of trials - the de facto form of dispute resolution in federal courts. It is increasingly a staple of complex litigation and can be abundant even in the smallest cases. How is the justice system withstanding the onslaught of electronic data? And what advice do leading judges give to attorneys and other practitioners whose professions increasingly hinge on the ability to navigate these complex issues? This anthology from Logikcull gathers original interviews with more than a dozen leading federal judges that address those very questions, and much more. Judges weigh in on the following: 

  • The role of eDiscovery in the modern legal system
  • How new procedural rules are affecting discovery
  • Practice tips (or, how to keep a judge happy)
  • How eDiscovery technology is changing litigation
  • The future of legaltech in the age of big data and how it will impact you.



Leading Federal Judges in Conversation on eDiscovery and More

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