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Part Two of a Two-Part Series
Just as the legal industry had to scramble to figure out how to handle email and other electronic documents a couple decades ago, e-discovery practices must once again shift to account for the realities of business being conducted via chat and the massive amounts of new types of data that chat platforms generate.
This two-part series outlines what legal teams should expect to encounter with Slack data in e-discovery. Part one, published in last month’s issue, covered the unique challenges posed by Slack. Part two, here, shares best practices for dealing with those common challenges to achieve high-quality production of chat data for litigation.
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