By Bill Kammer
In earlier columns, we discussed the challenges attorneys face to become competent in electronic discovery and to keep pace with rapidly evolving electronic developments. We talked about the security of our devices and confidential lawyer and client information. We became somewhat comfortable with retrieving and reviewing electronically stored information (ESI) from computer memories. But next we had to face the challenges the universe of ESI on mobile devices such as phones and tablets present. Even a mobile phone with limited memory might contain data of 800,000 document pages.