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Starting With More Data Shouldn’t Lead to Reviewing More Data

Corporations demand streamlined, efficient discovery, with as few documents requiring attorney review as possible, at the lowest cost. Consistent with this is the effort to clarify document preservation requirements. We believe that one of the practical implications of the latest Amendments to the FRCP is having an impact on the eDiscovery industry that was not fully anticipated.

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"How Attorneys Get Hacked, and What They Can Do About It"

At the George Washington Law Alumni Association's Inaugural Specialized Curriculum Event in Washington, GWLAA Board of Directors Barry Nigro and Howard Reissner met to discuss,in a Q&A format, how to engage and equip law students and attorneys – with tactical specialized knowledge to use in their practices for a competitive advantage in the legal marketplace.

For small to mid-size law firms and corporations with limited resources, an attorney who can lead in areas such as privacy, cyber-security, forensics, compliance, regulatory, and data management will enhance their chances of long term employment.

In the Q&A, Nigro and Reissner underscore the need to introduce this specialized knowledge to thought leaders and experts in diverse areas of the legal field, with the goal of identifying leading edge under-addressed legal issues by developing seminars focusing on specific topics that will teach practical utilities and skills to to prepare law students and young alums with the tools to compete in this highly competitive legal environment. 

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