It is almost trite to say that you don’t computerise a mess, it simply makes it happen faster. The problem is the legal system, particularly litigation; and it is something we are stuck with, though changes are afoot.
A leading Australian judge has recently sounded the death knell for the traditional system for litigating civil disputes and urged the legal profession to abandon it.
“There is no point in tinkering with the present system and its problems. It is time for a fresh start.”
US-based e-discovery guru, Ralph Losey has long advocated that the system is broken, and that most . . . [more]