There’s a new tech boom of sorts. In the last few months I’ve received numerous inquiries from organizations seeking e-discovery managers, e-discovery consultants, e-discovery engineers, e-discovery gurus, e-discovery and document-retention specialists and, finally, attorneys who understand e-discovery. The calls have been from traditional brick-and-mortar companies, financial institutions, technology companies and law firms. In the end, after numerous conversations, it’s clear to me they’re all looking for the same thing: e-discovery attorneys.

There’s a new attorney on the block. You can add e-discovery attorney to the mix of corporate attorneys, patent attorneys, litigation attorneys and so on.

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