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Quote of the Day - I didn't know much about this new electronic scene. I knew it was going on, but I hadn't really followed it or paid any particular attention to it. - Herbie Hancock
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Coast to Coast Internet Radio Plugs In E-discovery Experts

Most recently, several major companies have found themselves being investigated by authorities and many of them are discovering that they are losing the battle on how they handle their emails and important corporate documents.  In this show, we will be discussing the recent issues plaguing companies and firms, the power of e-discovery, the world of limitless legal technology and the revised FRCP. 

Please join me and my fellow co-host and Law.com blogger Bob Ambrogi as we welcome e-discovery experts, Attorney Thomas I. Barnett, Special Counsel for Sullivan & Cromwell, Michele C.S. Lange, staff attorney in the Electronic Evidence Services group at KrollOntrack Inc. and Attorney Craig Ball, writer for the Law Technology News' column, "Ball in your Court."  Don't miss it.

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