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Moving? How to Take Your eDiscovery Cases With You


This article was original content on the ACEDS Blog and written by Gavin W. Manes.


Let’s say you’re moving, or about to move, firms, or maybe even starting your own practice. But your cases don’t stop just because your office is changing venues and many of those cases involve eDiscovery. So how do you cleanly, efficiently, and effectively move your cases with you? It’s not as easy as copying and pasting (although we certainly wish it was). But here are some considerations and suggestions about making the big move.


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