2010: trends in e-discovery for contract attorneys


It’s that time of year when it seems everybody has come out with predictions about e-discovery for the coming year. And the recent Gartner report on the upswing in e-discovery in the U.S. and around the globe and Fulbright & Jaworski’s 6th Annual Survey comes as no surprise.

But none focus on the trends directly affecting contract attorneys and computer forensic reviewers (the largest percentage of our membership), the ones in the trenches. That will be the focus of this post.

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