Electronic Discovery Law
Moure Quoted in Wall Street Journal
Preston Gates partner Helen Bergman Moure was quoted in today's Wall Street Journal in an article titled: New Rules Are Set for Federal Courts On Electronic Data.
"The changes "may serve as a wake-up call for some companies that haven't been in a case where electronic [evidence] has been produced," says Helen Bergman Moure, an attorney in the document analysis technology group at Seattle law firm Preston Gates & Ellis LLP. The rules govern only federal cases and leave penalty decisions to judges."
The article appears on page B3 of the print edition or in electronic format here [subscription required.]
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