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The NZ E-Discovery Blog named as one of the top 60 eDiscovery Blogs

February 16th, 2018

Like others, I too was surprised, yet pleased to be ranked at number 50 in a list of Top 60 eDiscovery Blogs and Websites For eDiscovery Professionals put together by Feedspot.

Even though there are far more recognisable people internationally, I am pleased to be included in this high calibre list. I suggest you checkout some of the excellent eDiscovery blogs on the list – many of which I am a regular reader of. To name just a few (and there are many great ones), I suggest you look at the blogs of Chris Dale, Craig Ball and Ralph Losey.

The NZ E-Discovery Blog was established back in 2011, primarily to raise the awareness of eDiscovery in New Zealand. This was at a time that new discovery rules were in the pipeline, and many were struggling with how to effectively address eDiscovery in an increasingly digital world. New rules were introduced in 2012, but is fair to say many still struggle !

Much of what I blog about is exploring smarter ways to undertake discovery obligations.

For years the perception of burden, complication and expense is something that continues to motivate me to consider smarter ways of embracing eDiscovery – methods that are efficient and cost effective. As I have often said eDiscovery is not expensive, eDiscovery done badly is ! In most instances, smarter methods commence with investing more time at the outset of a matter to devise a strategy that works best for you – considering new approaches and how to leverage technology.

I will continue to blog about topics to further raise the awareness of eDiscovery here in New Zealand.



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