Sunday, June 8, 2008

eDiscovery is a new weapon that lawyers must learn to wield

In an article by Chris Mondis, "Ediscovery profoundly changing lawyering", both sides of the argument are discussed: that it is more costly and easier to violate, on one hand, and that it is more fair, on the other. Regardless of which side you take, eDiscovery is an important weapon.

1 comment:

Benjamin Wright said...

E-discovery reflects the natural collision of technology and legal practice. As an enterprise creates an ever-growing mountain of records, adversaries of course want access to it. Knowing that litigation and e-discovery are inevitable, an enterprise can use technology proactively to make records more benign. What do you think? --Ben