First there was the cell phone snafu in the Alex Jones case. Then there was the Dropbox debacle from the Jan. 6 committee. Shortly after that, the Jan. 6 committee again indadvertently disclosed politicians’ Social Security numbers.

The past year has been a big one for very public e-discovery failures. While they may have been novelties for general headline news, these mistakes are nothing new to those who have been working in the e-discovery industry for any significant amount of time. But is attorney e-discovery incompetence looming to the point of being the industry’s elephant in the room?

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