Lawyers must not only stay up-to-date on the latest legal technology trends, but also be proactive about implementing emerging solutions into their practice and ensuring smooth onboarding and adoption.read more
Many questions arise during the discovery process: What type of data do parties need to preserve? How should they obtain, review, and disclose it?
Throughout the years, eDiscovery practices and processes have significantly evolved. Technological advancements, changing laws, and regulatory demands have created trends that all eDiscovery teams must be up to date on.
The task force noted that “…trained non-lawyers, or certain forms of technology, may be able to provide accurate legal advice in faster, cheaper, and more innovative ways than lawyers can.” A revision like this would include the need for limited licenses and possibly a new regulatory body. Regulations would need to hold non-lawyers to the same ethical standards as lawyers and account for confidentiality concerns.