Since the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended in 2006 to incorporate the discovery of electronic information, e-discovery has presented a significant cost and time burden for many parties in litigation. Yet, the process of processing and reviewing vast volumes of data does not have to be time-consuming or expensive. In a CLE presentation, Freeborn attorney Todd J. Ohlms, Partner in the Litigation Practice Group, along with Michael T. O'Brien, Director of Information and Litigation Technology and Leader of the firm's E-Discovery Laboratory, discuss novel ways in which to expedite the discovery process and reduce costs. The presentation is titled, "E-Discovery Is Costing You, But It Doesn't Have To: Techniques for rapid, efficient e-discovery."
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