Is there room in your universe for a different view of e-discovery than the one depicted by the Electronic Discovery Reference Model?

Shocking idea, isn’t it? I hold the EDRM in high regard. In fact, if I didn’t think of it as a rudder for e-discovery, I wouldn’t care. But I think that, when viewed from the perspective of plaintiffs counsel who is usually on the receiving end of e-discovery, the EDRM needs updating.

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