Today’s younger lawyers may take e-discovery for granted. To them, e-discovery is, well, discovery.

And this is the way that U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck of the Southern District of New York feels it should be. The author of e-discovery’s most influential opinions as well as a frequent speaker on the topic, Peck is recognized internationally for bringing e-discovery competency to the attention of both the judiciary and bar. On Feb. 27, Peck announced his departure from the bench, a date chosen to coincide with that in 1995, when he was sworn in. “I felt the symmetry of leaving on the same day appealed to my peculiar sense of humor,” he said.

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