It is noticeable that eDiscovery and the subjects which are grouped around it are becoming more interesting to those who work in it. I don’t mean merely that there is more work around, but that the participants are finding it more interesting and enjoyable as it becomes more diverse and more challenging.
I have done a lot of interviews recently (about 50 since September) and the roster of interview subjects has included some younger people who might be expected to find everything interesting. Brian Stuart of FTI Consulting is one of the elder statesmen of eDiscovery, and yet the excitement he gets from his work appears palpably from this interview.
My interview with Brian Stuart took place at Relativity Fest in Chicago, shortly after Brian joined FTI Consulting in London. As he says at the beginning of the interview, he has had various roles over the years, in law firms and latterly at EY, and has worked with Relativity for more than 11 years. Continue reading