In the past year, I attended two high-level e-discovery conferences at which participants spoke of living in a "bubble," by which they meant a world where the e-discovery experts discussed the ramifications of new search and review technologies (think "predictive coding") or debated the implications of recent case law, without regard for the fact that most e-discovery matters do not involve millions of files or that, perhaps most importantly, most lawyers still have virtually no background in nor understanding of e-discovery.
Bursting the Bubble: Low-Tech Solutions to E-Discovery Problems
The Legal Intelligencer
April 9, 2013
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