The Future of EDD in a Wounded Economy

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The electronic data discovery industry is a microcosm of the broader wounded economy. So, write this on your hand: Nothing is sacred. Anyone can disappear ... fast. No matter who you are using for e-discovery, now is the time to assess your exposure, mobility and disaster recovery strategy.

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  • Craig Ball

    The day after this column previewed on Law.com, Dennis Palmer, a company spokesman for Electronic Evidence Discovery, Inc. of Kirkland, WA said of his company,

  • Craig Ball

    The day after this column previewed on Law.com, Dennis Palmer, a company spokesman for Electronic Evidence Discovery, Inc. of Kirkland, WA said of his company,

  • Craig Ball

    The day after this column previewed on Law.com, Dennis Palmer, a company spokesman for Electronic Evidence Discovery, Inc. of Kirkland, WA said of his company,

  • Sean Doherty

    Quite right, Craig. Anyone can disappear, at any time. And a corollary may also be true. Someone may appear, at any time. We may see new market entrants in EDD with the state of the economy. With low entry barriers, new entities may appear to provide more cost-effective products and services than previously available.

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