The frustrations of e-discovery

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E-discovery can reduce firms' exposure to legal risks, but implementing it remains a challenge

As escalating volumes and types of information drive swelling e-discovery costs, many firms are exploring how information retrieval technology can support critical steps in the e-discovery process....

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