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The Seven Deadly Sins of Email in eDiscovery

During this informative session you'll learn about the seven deadly sins of email, email best practices to avoid malpractice and how to identify the seven deadly sins in eDiscovery.
Recorded Aug 21 2019 66 mins
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Jeff Fugitt and Nancy Rigassio
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  • The Seven Deadly Sins of Email in eDiscovery Recorded: Aug 21 2019 66 mins
    Jeff Fugitt and Nancy Rigassio
    During this informative session you'll learn about the seven deadly sins of email, email best practices to avoid malpractice and how to identify the seven deadly sins in eDiscovery.
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