There remains a debate about the actual impact of the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), but when it comes to e-discovery, the bench is certainly paying attention.

At Exterro’s inFusion conference last week, a panel of federal judges (moderated by retired federal Judge Andrew Peck) explained that even three years into the new FRCP paradigm, judges still see easy-to-correct e-discovery errors. In fact, to people inside the e-discovery ecosystem, the lack of knowledge in general legal marketplace could be frightening.

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