Insights: Perspectives E-Discovery: A Peek Behind the Curtain – The World of Law Firms & Vendors
I started my career in outsourced litigation support nearly 20 years ago when copying and scanning paper was the bread and butter of our work and e-discovery was still fledgling technology. While the vast majority of my experience came on the vendor side, I made the move to a law firm about four years ago. This blog offers some perspective on vendor v. law firm life and the skills, technologies and support needed to be successful at each.
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