Electronic discovery and court problems

Friday, 1 June 2007, 1:13 AM EST

As technology changes the way people communicate, the legal system is stumbling to keep up. The “discovery” process, whereby both parties to a lawsuit share relevant documents with each other, used to involve physically handing over a few boxes of papers. But now that most documents are created and stored electronically, it is mostly about retrieving files from computers. This has important consequences.

At The Economist.

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