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Leonard Deutchman Leonard Deutchman

As we look to 2019, the question of what changes will take place in the world of e-discovery over the next year will certainly entice answers from the many legal minds who work with e-discovery. Those answers, however, are not so obvious. The questions that the e-discovery community will address and the factors that can play a large part in providing those answers may be far more obvious, as they arise from the many changes in the law and digital technology discussed at great length in 2018. Which answers, however, the community will prefer will depend upon the legality, complexity, cost and availability of those answers, as well as the community’s sense of its own strengths and weaknesses. In this month’s column, I will look at ongoing discussions of or references to those questions and answers in an attempt to get a picture of what we can expect in the coming year.

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