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Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas?
By Ralph Losey
Jackson Lewis, Orlando, FL
I am sure my readers are not running on empty when it comes to computer-assisted review. They probably have a full tank of gas. But what about the majority of lawyers in the U.S? The world? Do they have the competence to drive today’s CARs without getting in a wreck? The answer, of course, is no. Any judge will tell you that most lawyers do not even try to drive. They avoid e-discovery entirely.
This is an unstable situation that cannot last much longer. It will either resolve by a widespread outbreak of serious education and specialization, as I have been trying to promote for years, or there will be a widespread outbreak of — wait for it — legal malpractice cases. I do not like this prospect, but it seems inevitable. Read full article >>
An interview with Ralph Losey
By Rebecca James
Ralph Losey, one of the leading experts on e-discovery, is a partner and e-discovery chair at Jackson Lewis. His practice has been limited to e-discovery since 2006. Losey is a writer and an educator; he publishes books, articles and the e-Discovery Team Training blog; he teaches at the University of Florida; and he speaks at Sedona Conferences and many other events. Rebecca James regularly writes industry blogs and articles on a broad array of e-discovery issues and holds degrees in law and organizational development and curriculum design for adult education.
James: How would you characterize the status of the e-discovery industry today in terms of market maturation and what new changes remain?
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