Despite a wet, heavy snow storm in New York today, a standing room only crowd came to the Day 2 keynote, “The Judges Panel,” at LegalTech New York to hear the thoughts of what moderator Craig Ball aptly described as some of the most influential leaders in electronic data discovery: U.S. District Judge Shira Scheindlin, magistrate judges John Facciola, James Francis and Andrew Peck. A fifth judge, Texas’ Lee Rosenthal, was unable to attend due to the weather.
Ball, an Austin-based attorney and forensic technologist, kicked off the discussion by observing that despite the dominance of handheld devices and BYOD (bring your own devices), litigants act like handhelds don’t exist.
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