Take a read of this in the New Jersey Law Journal which talks about investigations in our new tech focused, post pandemic world. It focuses on how mastering the art of eDiscovery is now no longer a nice to have – it is a business imperative for those in the sector.

I’ll let you have a read of it, but the key point here that authors Vincenzo Mogavero and Sarah Klein are making is that in order to meet discovery obligations and their protect clients, practitioners can no longer plead ignorance in the face of electronic discovery.

They say, “put simply, mastering the art of e-discovery is no longer optional for practitioners.” And I couldn’t agree more with them. e-discovery is (and has been for a while now) an essential tool that can change the complexion of any litigation and practitioners must ensure they upskill themselves in it if they think their knowledge is lacking in any way.