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E-discovery in the NYTimes

After reading the recent NY Times article “Armies of Expensive Lawyers, Replaced by Cheaper Software”, I was impressed that the term “e-discovery” is now being mentioned in the same paper as critical world news and the famous crossword puzzle. On the other hand, I was mostly struck by what was not mentioned. The most important aspect to a successful review, whether manual or automated, is how the data was collected and processed. This distinction is frequently lost in articles such as this, since many still believe that ESI processing is a commodity service, not “exciting” or noteworthy to mention, and … Continue reading

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