e-Discovery 101: I’m Easy, but I’m not Cheap!

J0438746 …ok, I'm probably not too easy, either…

Law.com posted this article about cost-effective e-discovery in this time of economic turmoil.  Do I think I've covered most of it on this blog before?  Yes, but it's a good summary.  It also supports what I feel is the real necessity in this – and frankly, most other processes – brain power.

You can take the best software products, hardware, vendors – and anything else you want to toss into the mix, but if the people coordinating and managing them aren't up to the requirements, the entire thing will break down.  This is why I'm not impressed when I go to tech shows and the people selling the products are lawyers.  They may be lawyers, but when I ask them a few questions, it's clear most of them don't know a thing about e-discovery.

You can put the worst driver in the world behind the wheel of a Yugo or a Rolls Royce – neither will enable them to drive in the Indy 500…or on the 405 freeway…

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