Extract from Leonard Deutchman's article "What’s Most Important to E-Discovery? Everything!" posted on LAW.COM
Like many of you reading this, I read many different legal journals, mostly online. A great many of those journals are focused on e-discovery, some are more focused on IT security, others on law firms generally, others on the law generally, and so on. What has caught my eye in recent months is how many of those journals, regardless of whether their focus is on e-discovery, the intersection of the law and technology generally, law firms or simply on the law generally, have turned their attention to the intersection of the law and digital technology. In this month’s column, I tackle one of the topics discussed in the aforementioned journals to see how that topic has been treated, and then discuss how, in order to test the analysis of and solution to any given problem, the discussion of any given topic must be broadened to discuss all aspects of e-discovery.
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