Lawyers and vendors look for ways to create common standards in e-discovery.

As the market for electronic discovery software and services continues to grow and mature, making sense of exactly what it is e-discovery vendors are selling is not always easy. “I’ve been hearing from providers for years, ‘look, you don’t understand e-discovery. We’ve got the ultimate solution — those other guys you’ve talked to don’t know what they’re doing,’” says George Socha, an attorney and e-discovery consultant in St. Paul, Minnesota. “Well, they all can’t be right. But there was and is no way to verify a lot of the claims vendors are making.”

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