eDiscovery Education

brain_resized-dialouge-online2So, the other day I was reading an article about eDiscovery.  I do that a lot…it’s weirdly interesting to me.  While I was reading, I see a line about the embarrassing level of technical knowledge attorneys have.  This isn’t the first time I’ve seen a comment like this.  Each time I see it (or some iteration of it), I cringe.  Why aren’t attorneys complaining about their tech team’s lack of knowledge about the law?  Wouldn’t it make sense for the Litigation Support service provider, software company, or department to have a detailed understanding of the law?

I remember a conversation I was having with an attorney about what needed to be done to get some data ready for production.  They flat out told me that they didn’t care and didn’t want to know–it just needed to be done.  A couple of weeks after that conversation, I got a call from…

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