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FRCP Still Posing Challenges

Year-old rules for legal e-discovery still flummox both legal, IT departments

"The courts are definitely taking this seriously," warns Symantec's Campbell, explaining that the amendments have already been cited in about 60 state court decisions.

Autonomy's Egan agrees that users can't hide from the amendments. "The courts are more on top of it than Sarbanes-Oxley," she said. "In the last five years we were only aware of two court cases where companies were cited for infracting SOX.

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