Peter Lattman, writing in the Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog (emphasis added):
The new rules will require litigants to produce relevant “electronically stored information.” … Alvin Lindsay, a partner with Hogan & Hartson, laid out for the WSJ the implications of the new rules. “Lawyers will now have to know about their clients’ computer architecture: How do they store their data? How do their computer systems operate? This is not something they teach in law school.”
And why not?