9/15/2009

With the growing use of electronic discovery, the process of preparing for a lawsuit is considerably greater than it was just a few years ago. This comes at a time when the volume of litigation is either flat or dropping, the National Law Journal reported. "It makes logical sense that the cost associated with e-discovery may be one of the things changing the numbers," said Elizabeth Scully, a partner at Baker Hostetler.

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