Case by case, technology is shaping the practice of law. In 2015 we saw judicial acceptance of technology-assisted review, refined definitions of “practicing law,” and recognition of mobile data’s importance in litigation. What do the outcomes of 2016 case law to date mean for your e-discovery practice?
US District Court Judge Nora Barry Fischer (W.D. Pa.) and David Horrigan, e-discovery counsel and legal content director at Relativity, provide an analysis of significant rulings from the first half of 2016 and discuss smart case strategy adjustments for practitioners.