You may think that the new technology coming out of the International Legal Technology Association conference at the Las Vegas Aria, on Aug. 22-26, is a walk in the park after LegalTech New York. That may be true if the park is Yellowstone. There is plenty going on at ILTA 2010 in the e-discovery space, as well as other areas of legal technology. Here are a few items to focus on when the doors open.

There seems to be some question on the estimate of the size of the e-discovery market as reported by George Socha and Tom Gelbmann in the 2010 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey, as observed by Rees Morrison, of Law Department Management, and as rebutted by Gelbmann. By the time Gelbmann and Morrison sort that out, the market will move, most likely in an upward direction.

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