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E-Discovery Data Mapping: A Practical Guide For Lawyers

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Companies of all types and sizes struggle with the process of electronic discovery for litigation. But most omit a basic tool on their journey -- a map. Building and maintaining an electronic Data Map can substantially improve the eDiscovery process, cutting costs and risk.

This guide, which is targeted for lawyers, will help you to:
- Grasp the basics of common IT system
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Kindle Edition, 37 pages
Published December 1st 2013
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Earl Mcgowen
Jan 02, 2015 Earl Mcgowen rated it really liked it
This is a very good and quick overview of the E-Discovery Data Mapping process. It should only take an hour or so to read.

It begins with describing the various systems, devices, files, and archives that are subject to E-Discovery Data Mapping. It discusses the stages of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model.

It gives an Excel version example of an E-Discovery Data Map, but it also suggests the use of a database server for larger company.

It goes through the walk through and update process with
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