Discovering the Digital Record--New Weapons for War

Jeffrey Ritter, Esq.
Learn about the authoritative and powerful new tools that arm lawyers to ask the right questions . . . and discover the digital record with powerful accuracy.

In this interview, we will learn some of the stories that motivated the new book designed to arm lawyers with the tough questions with which to challenge electronic business records.

Host: David Courvoisier
Guest: Jeffrey Ritter, Esq.
Jun 9 2009
31 mins
Discovering the Digital Record--New Weapons for War
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