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What you need to know about e-discovery in the year ahead

Reflecting the always-changing world of technology, electronic discovery presents new challenges for lawyers in 2013. At the forefront: social media evidence, smartphone data and the judicial blessing of a new form of discovery review.

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Courts weigh in on social media discovery requests

Lawyers still making their way along the learning curve of social media evidence may struggle to find guidance from court opinions. But two recent decisions with different results offer some clues on how to narrowly focus a discovery request to ...

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Small-firm tips for using Twitter … by Twitter

There’s a nifty new resource available for free download: “Twitter for Small Business – a Guide to Get Started.” The authors should know a bit about how to use the ubiquitous social-media service to its maximum potential; the guide is published by Twitter itself. Here are some highlights from the 21-page booklet.

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