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Thanks to ACEDS and Rob Robinson, I Have a LegalTech “Travel Day” Topic to Cover: eDiscovery Trends

LegalTech® New York 2016 (LTNY) starts tomorrow!  As I painfully learned a couple of years ago, travelling to LTNY can sometimes be challenging, so I’m leaving plenty of time to get there this year, which leaves me little time to write a post for today.  Thankfully, the New York Metro Area chapter of ACEDS and Rob Robinson (author of the terrific Complex Discovery site) have just published a podcast about eDiscovery trends that I think you will find quite informative!

Joe Bartolo of Kiersted Systems and Bradley Schaffel of Wilmer Hale host this latest edition of the ACEDS New York Metro Area podcast series, which is an interview with Rob covering a variety of topics, including his thoughts on the automation trend within the eDiscovery industry, a discussion of the four generations of eDiscovery technology (which we covered previously here), the emergence of SaaS providers in the industry, requirements for a complete eDiscovery solution and Rob’s take on various useful industry resources.  Well worth a listen if you can find a free 16:16 (i.e., 16 minutes and 16 seconds) during your day.  :o)

A link to the podcast can be found on the Complex Discovery site here.  Thanks guys, I owe you one!

So, what do you think?  Are you attending LegalTech this week?  If so and if you see me, say “hi”!  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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