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The Top Hot Topics in eDiscovery: eDiscovery Trends

I recently had the opportunity (and pleasure) to sit down for a podcast interview with Sharon Nelson and John Simek for their podcast series Digital Detectives on the Legal Talk Network.  Here’s how you can listen to that interview.

They conducted the interview with me a couple of weeks ago and we talked about a variety of topics, including: automation as an emerging trend in eDiscovery, debate and the state of technology assisted review (TAR) today, the emergence of SaaS automation solutions, where attorneys are today in embracing technology, as well as other trends in eDiscovery and “gotchas” to watch out for.  And, of course, I talk about the joys of writing a daily blog!

The podcast was published last week and is available here.  It is less than 24 minutes, so it’s a quick listen.  Hope you’ll check it out.

Thanks so much to Sharon and John for the interview!  I’m such a big fan of their podcast series and also of Sharon’s blog Ride the Lightning – which has been my go to source for cybersecurity topics – and I very much appreciate the opportunity to be interviewed.

Usually, when coming back from a nice Thanksgiving break, I have to write a blog post on Sunday.  This time, I was able to make my voice heard by using my actual voice – via the podcast.  It’s somewhat nasally, but it’s what God gave me.  Enjoy!

So, what do you think?  What do you think are the top hot topics in eDiscovery?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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