E-Discovery's Balancing Act

Addressing proportionality and cooperation during e-discovery can be challenging.

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Addressing proportionality and cooperation during e-discovery can be challenging.

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  • Parker Pearson

    Technology moves faster than law. While I think it is a great idea for the legal profession to become more technology savvy - expecting them to maintain expertise in both fields is not possible. Why not leverage technical experts for assistance in these processes similar that we in technology rely on legal expertise to help us?

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