Posted: June 30, 2021 | See All Events
eDiscovery was originally modeled after paper-based Discovery in order to entice lawyers to make the move from paper to digital. eDiscovery was never engineered for efficiency from the ground up. eDiscovery platforms had to be created as representations of physical discovery processes in order to entice early adoption from the reluctant discovery community to eDiscovery. Now, over 20 years in, join IPRO’s Director of Information Governance and a Project Manager from Union Pacific Railroad as they evaluate current practices and look outside of the world of Discovery and into the world of Information Governance as a source of inspiration for developing innovative new practices to distance ourselves more wholly from paper-based processes.