Martin Tully, a litigation partner and National Chair of the firm’s Electronic Discovery and Evidence Practice, was quoted in an article on the Legal Technology section of on the International Quality and Productivity Center’s Sixth Annual E-Discovery Conference in New York. At the conference, Mr. Tully and other panelists discussed various aspects of a holistic and long-term approach to e-discovery before an audience of legal and IT professionals. In particular, Mr. Tully noted that the level of judicial tolerance for misunderstanding electronically stored information (ESI) issues is shrinking rapidly, making the need to maintain effective ESI tools all the more critical. “Not having some expertise internally to understand the intersection of law and technology is inexcusable,” he said. (“We’re All in the Keyword Business,” December 15, 2008)