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For years judges have relied heavily on the counsel appearing before them to learn how electronically stored information (ESI) had to be processed for review and production. Of course, at times the lawyers for the producing parties had more interest in arguing how burdensome and oppressive the production requests were than in enlightening the court about cost-effectiveness; at other times counsel may have had only limited experience with new technology.

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