Why won't attorneys embrace eDiscovery?
It's too expensive.
They just don't want to.
They neither have, nor want to acquire, the technical know-how to do it.
They don't trust the technology.
They don't know about the technology.
They figure the opportunity cost is much higher than the risk of potential sanctions.
They're afraid of looking foolish if/when they screw up a production.
That's not the way our grandfathers practiced law!
Meh, they'll get to it later when the law is settled.
Your premise is flawed; attorneys are embracing eDiscovery at just the right rate.
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