By Erich Potter (January 11, 2018, 4:13 PM EST) -- With new rules and evolving technology, it is an interesting time for e-discovery. Practitioners are faced with the unique challenge of implementing these new rules and technologies while also controlling costs in the face of exploding data volumes for nearly every case. Today, the latest technologies and workflows are no longer the exclusive domain of large law firms and Fortune 500 companies. Almost any commercial litigation can involve terabytes of data. Most e-discovery software platforms offer multiple analytical tools, allowing counsel to slice and dice data in myriad ways. This means that on every case, every team member on e-discovery projects should be asking, "What is the best way to collect, process, review and produce documents in this matter?" Fortunately, for those of us in an industry that is rapidly changing and democratizing, the answer changes each time it is asked. That's what keeps this otherwise staid field challenging and interesting....
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