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Introduction Lawyers wouldn’t be lawyers if they didn’t “want it in writing.” Despite increasing computerizaatio – or maybe because of it – there is consideraabl pressure on lawyers to find ways to store these documents economically and efficiently on the one hand, or to dispose of them when they are no longer necessary, on the other. It should be clear to all lawyers in practice today that there are significant risks in either improperly destroying materials or in being unable to find and...