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Katie Ludwick, a senior at Rutgers University-New Brunswick (Class of 2013), pursues a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Political Science with a Minor in Middle Eastern Studies. Katie plans to attend law school and pursue a career in the public sector.
The blog takes a clever approach to [e-discovery]. Each post discusses an e-discovery case that involves an e-discovery mishap, generally by a company employee. It discusses the conduct that constituted the mishap and then offers its ‘e-lesson’ — a suggestion on how to learn from the mistake and avoid it happening to you.
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Although I may have missed some, yours is the first article that I have seen addressing Zubulake II. It is often the lost opinion amongst the others.
Laura A. Zubulake
Plaintiff, Zubulake v. UBS Warburg
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