David Meadows has spent the last 25 years working in or around e-discovery and, well, some things have changed. For one thing, Meadows is now a senior managing director of FTI Technology, transitioning from a nearly seven year stint at Big Four behemoth EY, where he most recently served as the managing director of the forensics and integrity services practice.

Legaltech News spoke with Meadows about the challenges lurking in e-discovery’s immediate future, which include navigating collection issues brought on by upstart communications channels such as Slack and an international tangle of privacy laws that adds another layer of potential jeopardy to the way data is handled and produced.

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