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Speaker: Steven Teppler, Esq.
The goals of opposing counsel are in many respects the same as those of RIM professionals: ensure that records are accessible, accurate and produced on a timely basis.
Your interests, however, are very different because, as a RIM professional, you seek to serve your organization while I, the opposing counsel (acting on behalf of my client), represent the "other" side in a dispute with your organization that has elevated to litigation.
As part of the discovery process, I will ask for records that are relevant to the lawsuit. Increasingly, this involves production of millions of records.
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