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State Agencies Grapple With E-Discovery Process

, The Legal Intelligencer

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When the state Supreme Court ordered the attorney general to produce discoverable documents in the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission corruption cases earlier this month, Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille said that office still needs to review approximately 30 million subpoenaed electronic documents for privilege purposes before turning them over to the defendants.

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  • Mark Kerzner

    Why not use open source eDiscovery called FreeEed? http://freeeed.org/

  • This article is spot on. The issues of e-discovery are mirrored with FOIA requests: lots of data, little time, and little budget. eDiscovery tech is starting to help state and local with both discovery and FOIA woes and we are an example of that change:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/capitalbusiness/a-dc-companys-logikcull-solution-to-pricey-data-problem/2014/08/01/8bec4eae-1693-11e4-9e3b-7f2f110c6265_story.html

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