Convincing lawyers to clear out 25 years worth of email storage isn’t easy, but it’s also not a bad idea. That pearl of wisdom comes courtesy of Christine Payne, who was announced as the latest partner to join the firm of Redgrave last week.

She was formerly co-chair of the electronic discovery committee at Kirkland & Ellis, experience that will serve her in good stead at Redgrave, which is primarily focused on issues at the intersection of law and technology. On the heels of her move, Payne talks with Legaltech News about why companies should consider ridding themselves of unneeded data, the evolution of e-discovery expertise, and how botched privilege logs can wind up costing clients an arm and a leg.

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