« Opening: Competitive & Business Intelligence Research Specialist, Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, WI | Main | When Institutional Buyers Step Up to the Plate on Their Own Initiative: Libraries "Just Saying No" to HarperCollins eBook Lending Restrictions »
April 5, 2011
Computers don't get bored or have headaches like lawyers do when performing billable document review work
From John Markoff's NYT article Armies of Expensive Lawyers, Replaced by Cheaper Software about document review technologies and their consequences:
“From a legal staffing viewpoint, it means that a lot of people who used to be allocated to conduct document review are no longer able to be billed out,” said Bill Herr, who as a lawyer at a major chemical company used to muster auditoriums of lawyers to read documents for weeks on end. “People get bored, people get headaches. Computers don’t.”
It's always amazing reading or commenting on a blog from which we get a full knowledge. Same as here I have found some really interesting information which is simply a great boost to my knowledge.
Posted by: computers from warehouse | Apr 9, 2011 3:12:13 AM