Interestingly, I ran into a reader of the blog in one of our sessions last week at the ILTA 2012 Annual Conference. We briefly talked about the reasons behind my not writing about Litigation Support and eDiscovery, the biggest being the fact that I work for a vendor now, and am not exactly unbiased. 😉…
I know, I know, it was just a few days ago that I wondered if I could go back to just working at the help desk after sitting in the session about ethics in e-discovery. Truth is, even there, I was subject to more stringent ethical rules simply by virtue of working at a law…
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You know, we could ask the same question at many corporate law departments, and also at law firms. “When I came to Google my hypothesis was, what would happen if you really invested in the people?” she said. “And then I went out and found those people.” Often, eDiscovery is an offshoot of something else….