1st Annual Federal Judges Survey: E-Discovery Best Practices & Trends

Results show disruptive change is needed for lawyers to become e-discovery competent.

What's Inside?

Exterro surveyed 22 federal judges about e-discovery issues and best practices for the legal industry's first ever Federal Judges Survey on E-Discovery Best Practices & Trends.

Responses to the 15 question survey, along with 214 comments from the participating judges led to one central conclusion: Disruptive change is needed for lawyers to become e-discovery competent.

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Source of the Survey Results

22 federal judges participated in this survey including:

Hon Joy Conti

Hon. Joy Conti
Chief US District Judge
Western District of Pennsylvania

Hon John Facciola

Hon. John Facciola
US Magistrate Judge
District of Columbia (Ret.)

Hon Frank Maas

Hon. Frank Mass
Chief Magistrate Judge
Southern District of New York (Ret.)

Download the federal judges survey results to learn why disruptive change is needed for lawyers to become e-discovery competent.

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