Steven C. Bennett, a leading e-discovery practitioner (and co-chair of this Committee), examines, in his article (Linked Here)*, the history of eDiscovery and why problems persist in this "golden era" of eDiscovery. Mr. Bennett explains that, notwithstanding the efforts of attorneys, academics and the judiciary, the case-by-case variability of eDiscovery issues prevents a standard eDiscovery solution from being established. Nonetheless, Mr. Bennett suggests improvements in eDiscovery efficiency and processes.
This is a thought-provoking piece from an eDiscovery leader that is well worth reading.
* Originally published by LexisNexis: Bennett, E-Discovery: We still Haven't Found What We're Looking For, www.lexisnexis.com (Aug. 8, 2015)
This entry was made by Craig Brown and Yitzy Nissenbaum. Mr. Brown is President of the Legal Staffing Division of OmniVere LLC, an international eDiscovery company. He is a former Litigation and Antitrust Associate with Kaye Scholer and Litigation Partner with McLaughlin & Stern. Mr. Nissenbaum is currently a practicing attorney in NY. He was formerly Of Counsel with Kirkland & Ellis and an Associate with Kenyon & Kenyon.