LTWC 2008: Nine Innings of E-Discovery
LegalTech isn't just about CLE sessions on outsourcing and information management -- a true power-attendee manages to squeeze in a bit of beer and baseball too. E-discovery 2.0 blogger Kurt Leafstrand pulled off a rare feat Wednesday night by making it out to the Dodger's game with a group hosted by LTN editor Monica Bay (decked out in full Yankees gear), and to pontificate on the history of EDD.
At the game, I happened to sit next to a colleague from another
vendor who mentioned that her firm is about to celebrate twenty years
in e-discovery. Twenty years! What a remarkable milestone for any company. It got me
wondering about how much technology has evolved over that time period,
and raised an interesting question to noodle over between innings: With
all of the investment and innovation in the e-discovery space, who’s
actually winning the e-discovery tug of war, twenty years in?
Leafstrand ventures a few theories of his own, but he's interested in your thoughts on the "war against documents."
Posted by John Bringardner on June 27, 2008 at 06:13 PM | Permalink
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