E-discovery technology will save lawyers time, effort and money, but is it too far out of their comfort zones? Craig Earnshaw and Nick Athanasi reveal how best to work with IT teams to understand the process
Electronically stored information (ESI) is replacing mountains of paper in today’s business world. But for some lawyers, therein lies a new terror – how to tackle the review and production of electronic documents. Is this really a massive leap from traditional comfort zones? And can technology simultaneously make the process more efficient and less expensive?
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