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Gil Keteltas Leads National Panel in Discussion of "Discovery on Discovery"

News / December 13, 2017

Partner Gil Keteltas is quoted in an article published Dec. 7, 2017, by Legaltech News that reports on a panel discussion he moderated at the 2017 Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute. The panel was titled “Discovery on Discovery: Both Sides of the V.” The event took place Nov. 17, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Keteltas led discussion of the tension that has arisen in some cases between requesting parties and responding parties.

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