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Emily Fedeles Speaks about "Bring Your Own Device" at E-Discovery Conference

News / July 14, 2017

Associate Emily Fedeles spoke on the topic of “Bring Your Own Device” at “The Exchange” eDiscovery colloquium sponsored by Today’s General Counsel on July 18, 2017, in New York City.

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