Michael J. Prounis


  • Monday, May 2, 2011
    Common problems aren't necessarily easy to solve. One of the oldest, most basic - and still pervasive - problems when working with electronically stored information (ESI) in legal disputes is organizing these materials in a way that they can be efficiently analyzed by a reviewing legal team. This problem can be magnified when working with legacy e-mail...
  • Monday, August 30, 2010
    Editor: Has the increased accuracy and efficiency of e-discovery software significantly reduced its costs as well as attorney costs in ferreting out significant documents?
  • Electronic Discovery: The End Of The Innocence
    Tuesday, June 1, 2004
    It has been amazing to observe over the last eighteen months or so the emergence of a New World Order in the Electronic Discovery area. It seems that recent decisions of the judiciary have taken most of the guesswork and mystery out of the Electronic Discovery puzzle. The courts have been spending a great deal of time thinking about the core concepts behind...