Richard Braman was part of a panel discussion a few years ago with some of the most intimidating co-panelists in the legal profession. Moderator Arthur Miller, a respected scholar at Harvard Law, led Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and federal judges, executives and lawyers through a discussion on electronic evidence in litigation.

During the discussion, so many scary statistics were trotted out about the volume of electronic data in litigation today that Breyer commented that the problem of managing all this data is “going to drive out of the legal system a lot of people who belong there.”

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