By Doug Austin
Last year, I discussed what I want for Christmas (from an eDiscovery standpoint anyway) and we’ll take a look at those eDiscovery Christmas wishes and see how they turned out. This year, I thought it would be fun to turn the tables and ask (again, from an eDiscovery standpoint): What Do YOU Want for Christmas?
Here are a couple of the things I wished for last year:
Consistency in Awarding Costs for eDiscovery Services: Last year, we discussed how we’ve seen numerous prevailing parties…
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