Robert R. Jimenez, associate with Espinosa Trueba Martinez in Miami. (Courtesy photo)
An e-discovery lawyer is not an IT specialist. Admittedly, lines often blur for many attorneys due to familiarity with measures for preserving, collecting, processing and producing electronically stored information (ESI). There is, however, a difference between understanding the law of e-discovery and applying advanced technical concepts. Lawyers who walk the tightrope of advocacy and forensics may need to reconsider their strategy because forthcoming changes to the Federal Rules of Evidence could impact actions they often take on behalf of clients, especially in smaller matters.
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