Monday, July 26, 2004
I'm still reading through the Virtual Roundtable on electronic discovery in which I participated for the ABA's Law Practice Today: A Gold Mine of Electronic Discovery Expertise: A Conversation Among Veterans of Electronic Discovery Battles. It's lengthy and there's quite a bit of good information there. Editor/moderator Dennis Kennedy asked six questions to a cross-section of electronic discovery buffs. My favorite section so far is the one with anecdotes and war stories, which includes this from Craig Ball: "Most of my stories involve the astounding stuff I find on workplace hard drives, but I can't share them, except to wonder, 'Does anyone work anymore, or is the entire business day spent watching porn and surfing the 'Net?'"
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