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Crystal Ball: Craig Ball’s 2009 E-Discovery Predictions: Craig Ball, an Austin-based attorney and forensics consultant, joins Law Technology News’ editor-in-chief Monica Bay for a lively discussion about what’s ahead in electronic data discovery. Will it be a year of assimilation rather than innovation? Will lawyers stop shaking their fists and start embracing e-discovery? MP3
Part 2: Brain Drain: What happens when your ex-employee walks out with crucial, proprietary company data, and joins your biggest competitor? Craig Ball, Law Technology News’ e-discovery columnist and editor Monica Bay discuss What should you do – and not do – to protect your interests, and information. MP3
Part 3: Grimm Prognosis: Are lawyers qualified to craft key words for searching discovery documents? That’s one of the most important questions addressed in a landmark 2008 case, Victor Stanley Inc. v. Creative Pipe Inc. Craig Ball, Law Technology News’ e-discovery columnist and editor Monica Bay discuss why Judge Grimm is hailed for his insightful rulings in the case, and how his opinion is helping shape trends in e-discovery. MP3
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|Published:||January 21, 2009|
|Podcast:||Law Technology Now|
Law Technology Now
Law Technology Now features key players, in the legal technology community, discussing the top trends and developments in the legal technology world.