This article details some of the real world challenges facing the legal processes in the United States as information storage and retrieval technology outstrips legal procedures for dealing with these processes. Describing a “perfect storm” of litigation needs, technology and information concerns, he describes the continuing stumbling blocks in dealing effectively with an information world which is becoming increasingly digital, on more consumer devices that may make the protection and discovery of such information increasingly problematic.
Keith G. Chval, Litigating at the Boundaries, 25 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 609 (2008)