Guest Column | April 14, 2010

The Pitfalls Of A Traditional e-Discovery Approach

Schimmel

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Guest Column: The Pitfalls Of A Traditional e-Discovery Approach

By Stephen Schimmel, marketing specialist, NetWrix Corporation

E-discovery, a government regulation that mandates record of a business or agency's electronic communication for presentation in case of court order, has catalyzed a need for dedicated legal research teams and qualified e-Discovery solutions. The ever-expanding data archives of modern businesses place an impractical burden on lawyers and their review teams who are now expected to filter through documents and E-mails at incredible rates, which just a few years ago, would have been unrealistic. The necessity to break down the relevant data and cast aside the irrelevant within pre-defined time frames places a lot of pressure on legal teams. That being the case, legal teams are often left with no choice but to rely heavily, and often times imprudently, on e-Discovery tools to ease the burdens of their research efforts.

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