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CA Lawyer: IT from Mars, Lawyers from Venus
Folks, I'm going to trial Monday so forgive the sparse posts. I wanted to point you to this article in CA Lawyer magazine from my colleague, Robert Brownstone. He and I are both on the CA State Bar's Law Practice Management & Technology executive committee. We were amused to discover that his article would be published this month, and my next article (on the intersection of e-discovery and privacy) is scheduled for July's issue.
We're also presenting a CLE seminar along with a third colleague (for you non-lawyers, that's "continuing legal education") at the CA State Bar annual meeting in September.
In the same issue is this blurb about e-discovery coming back in-house. It's funny because I recently observed that more corporations are attempting to handle e-discovery internally to save costs and that lately all of my new clients are law firms.