Outsourcing Early-Stage Discovery is a Bottom-Line Killer

For corporate legal teams, realizing costs savings is dependent upon safe, smart and efficient culling methods.

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For corporate legal teams, realizing costs savings is dependent upon safe, smart and efficient culling methods.

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  • Craig Ball

    The author wrote, "To eliminate near-dupes, use the body text of a Word document or, with email, a combined string of “from, to, cc, bcc, subject” to generate an MD5 hash value."Readers: Don‘t follow this advice!Matthew: The practice you propose is likely to get a company sanctioned. Deduplication of email by hashing a concatenated string composed as you describe will suppress the entire thread of relevant messages. Plus, consider the common occurrence where the first email omits the attachment. Your proposal suppresses the message with the attachment in favor of the one without the attachment. That‘s not going to fly.

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