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May Tal Gongolevsky Joins Webinar on Responding to Regulatory Information Requests

News / June 7, 2017

Counsel May Tal Gongolevsky was a speaker for a webinar on “Handling Regulatory Information Requests” sponsored by the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists on June 6, 2017. The webinar offered advice on how to respond to regulatory requests in a timely and defensible matter and with the highest level of accuracy.

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