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February 10, 2009

The one-stop e-Discovery shop?

Cases are won or lost at trial on discovery. So in between projects we've had an eye out for a "one-stop" e-discovery resource for business and law. You know, something competent, vigilant and complete perched out there in all the digital clutter? See Gabe’s Guide to the e-Discovery Universe, started in March 2008. This may be it--we are not sure yet--if it can cover and link to: (1) developments in the discovery and e-discovery rules, (2) new cases under Rules 26, 34 and 37, and (3) the better e-discovery sites popping up at the larger firms (some of which are excellent). Not easy but we'd love D.C.'s Gabe Acevedo to try. Gabe's Guide now includes as topics Discovery News, Second Requests in M&A, Foreign Corrupt Practice Act, Subprime Litigation, Technology, and Outsourcing and Offshoring.

Posted by JD Hull at February 10, 2009 10:24 PM


Wow! Thank you JD so much for the plug. I don't know if I would call myself a one-stop shop, but I am working on it. No matter how much work I put into this blog it seems like there is still so much in front of me. Thanks again.

Posted by: Gabe at February 10, 2009 10:31 AM

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