It is no secret that lawyers sometimes make mistakes. But with everyone communicating by email and digital information measured in terabytes, the stakes of error grow ever larger.

In particular, the “enormous proliferation” of documents to be reviewed and the complexity of the electronic discovery process in major commercial cases have increased the concern of lawyers and clients that adversaries may end up with material they were not meant to see, says Jonathan Lupkin of Lupkin & Associates.

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