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Why Litigators Should Take EDiscovery Seriously

To a lot of litigators, discovery and especially eDiscovery is a time-consuming and expensive process. In this episode of Thomson Reuters: Down the Hall with Practical Law, host Craig Vaughn talks to Kelly Griffith, Senior Legal Editor with Practical Law Litigation, about the relevance of eDiscovery and how it has changed since she entered the industry. Their discussion includes social media, the internet of things, and potential pushback from clients who are new or unfamiliar with eDiscovery.

 

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Craig Vaughn, Practical Law, Sales and Marketing Proposals

Craig Vaughn manages the go-to-market strategies for Practical Law. Internally he works with sales and marketing on value propositioning. Externally he works with the subscribing orgs to on-board and leverage know-how most effectively.

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Kelly Griffith, Practical Law, Senior Legal Editor
Senior Legal Editor

Kelly Griffithis a Senior Legal Editor responsible for e-discovery resources available through Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law service. Practical Law has become a leader in providing comprehensive and concise resources to attorneys in all areas of legal practice, and Kelly focuses her time on developing and maintaining resources related to the handling of electronically-stored information. Prior to joining Practical Law, Kelly spent 10 years as a general civil litigator and two years as e-discovery Counsel and Director of Litigation Support for a regional law firm. During her tenure as a litigator and e-discovery Counsel, Kelly handled e-discovery in a variety of cases, from small state court actions to large, multi-state federal class actions.

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